Model files: Silvana Lovin

Why modelling? I started modelling after my mother entered me into a model competition and won. Not long after winning, I went on to study Bachelor Of Fashion Design at RMIT University but only managed to complete a few months of the course before things started to take off with modeling. I’d always loved the […]

Marry Me, ASOS

By Henry Ng.  Fashion in 2013 is no longer just about selling clothes; it is about selling a lifestyle and experience as well. It is imperative for brands to innovate and ASOS recently took the cake (both figuratively and literally) at Vogue Fashion’s Night Out 2013 for innovation. The UK giant retailer invited Sydneysiders to […]

Photoshoot: Vivienne Westwood

For those who love the work of a true doyen, Vivienne Westwood and her work over the past lifetime, it seems, is not one to be overlooked. For those people, it probably goes without saying that it’s insurmountably awful that her work can’t be bought in Australia; readily anyway. When I heard about a new […]

Insted We Smile

Eccentric clothing with a slight detail and hints of colour (when not in winter) make the bulk of my wardrobe. Naturally I get super excited when I find menswear ranges that share my style and zest for something other than the typical male wardrobe of namely camel chinos and a checked shirt. Snore. Insted We Smile by […]

A Better Way for Men to Shop – The Gentlemen’s Supply Co.

There are so many options out there, online speaking, for men when it comes to ‘the perfect solution to make shopping online easier’. All of these have been proven relatively effective and all served a purpose in their own right. Until now. Enter The Gentlemen’s Supply Co., honestly one of the best ideas I’ve come across to date […]

HANDSOM

Relaxed style, effortless colourations and constance-deyfing prints, the Handsom collection is very much just that; handsome. In a new term that I am dubbing ‘preppy alternative’, the look is just that with buttoned-up button-downs and solid colours with an undeniably clean-cut look teamed with a lick of the trend bucker, the Handsom collection is very […]

A Brand: Jeans For The People

Already making waves online in both MYER and The Iconic, A Brand denim are the new jeans label whose bark is as big as their bite.  Already adorning the legs of the stylish and pins of those in need of a style overhaul, A Brand is a distinctly Melbourne label, the love-child of two contemporary […]

Global Citizen Festival

Big international entertainment names are gathering this September 28 to support the latest festival in the line-up of those around the world aimed at reducing poverty, the Global Citizen Festival. The renowned Global Poverty Project, founded in Australia, is teaming-up with the Cotton On Foundation and has roped in Alicia Keys, Stevie Wonder, Kings of […]

Vivienne Westwood in Melbourne

Vivienne Westood’s Anglomania collection is now, thanks to online retailer Dahlia Cmrlec, available for purchase in Melbourne and will this Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, be available in a pop-up store for one exclusive week-and-a-half. Corso Mio is the only retailer in Australia to offer to Australian shoppers the hard-to-come-by Anglomania collection. Each piece in the collection will go […]

Fashion Exposed hosts Alex Perry

One of Australia’s biggest and most touted names in fashion and couture design, Alex Perry made his presence known at Melbourne’s Fashion Exposed industry fair, bringing the tale of his hardships and successes on designing in Australia, to the stage. Talking on the state of designing in Australia, it was a part-rant, part informed tale […]

Highpoint’s Life In Colour

By Holly Thomas.  Spring has sprung at Highpoint Shopping Centre, it may have been a little miserable outside but we hardly noticed with the beautiful Spring/Summer colours showcased on the runway. Highpoint’s style ambassador Nadia Coppolino kicked off the show with a sneak peak of what we would be in for and what she is […]

Blogger profiles: Luc Wiesman, D’Marge

Why do you blog? I blog because blogging is a more personal and informal form of journalism. How I write is actually not journalism at all. For me, blogging is about writing in a way which helps men (and women) understand more about style and fashion without being elitist. High fashion scares a lot of […]