With Melbourne fashion week almost upon us it’s time to start pencilling in dates for your diary. The first thing we have for you to consider: Manstyling, a panel / talk that’ll feature Fashionising.com’s editor-in-chief amongst others. Our panel of fashion experts discusses some of the time-honoured rules of ManStyle and how they work in fashion today. Why do we still think a suit makes the…
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Despite the winter rains soaking the city, the first of the coming season’s blossom is unfurling in Melbourne. Timely then that the spring / summer 2011 interpretation of Melbourne spring fashion week was launched today. MSFW, as it’s also dubbed, is of course a consumer fashion week; that is its aim is not to debut future fashions but to get us, as consumers, to buy…
If you’re one of the Melbourne fashion and lifestyle companies looking to participate in 2011’s Melbourne fashion week, then your opportunity to submit a proposal for an event is closing soon.
It seems like it’s a long time away, but it’ll come in the blink of an eye. So it is that both the dates and the opportunities that exist for the spring / summer 2011 focussed MSFW (Melbourne fashion week) have been announced.
When we hit Melbourne fashion week (MSFW) this year we were determined to bring you some wider perspectives from the week. Thanks to Orphic we saw unique angles of the people and crowds as well as the runway. Finally here’s yet another creative point of view of the event in the form of a stop-motion video.
Yesterday it was a different take on the people who make a fashion week, today we get another perspective of Melbourne fashion week (MSFW). This time it’s more catwalk focussed, but it’s definitely not the catwalk as you’re used to seeing it.
For every fashion week that comes along you can be guaranteed of certain types of photos: perfectly framed models gracing the catwalk. And, rightly so, that’s where all the focus lays, but it’s not where it all happens. For 2010’s Melbourne fashion week we felt another perspective was needed – one that captured the action away from the catwalk.
Everything about Miss Lyndel Yeo‘s 5th Birthday celebrations, held last night as part of Melbourne fashion week (MSFW), epitomised the gorgeousness that is Lyndel herself. There were cosmopolitans. There were platters of amazing food. There was a huge multi-tiered stand covered in miniature cupcakes. And there was the much anticipated runway show of her Spring 2010 collection. To the beat of African drums Yeo’s models…
An unorthodox location, a host of industry guests, and event face Lucy McIntosh (below): in the humble surrounds of a multi-story concrete carpark, Melbourne fashion week (MSFW) 2010 officially launched on Friday. Parties aside the work is just beginning for us – and, as always, we’ll be busy bringing you coverage from all the week’s events starting today.
With Melbourne fashion week (MSFW) officially kicking off tonight it’s time to get outfits together and pencils in-hand to schedule in the week’s best. Here are five events from the festival’s calendar that may just be what your dairy is waiting for. An outfit from Indigo, one of the labels on show at Collins234
A favourite of ours for her always feminine, infinitely fun collections, Miss Lyndel Yeo has been bubbling away at the edges of the Melbourne fashion scene for five strong years. To celebrate the label’s 5th birthday, as well as to launch Spring 2010’s range, MLY is hosting a must-go parade during Melbourne fashion week (MSFW).
Australian label Trimapee has rightly earned themselves a cult following around these parts, and if you’re a part of said following then their Melbourne fashion week (MSFW) event should be pencilled into your diary.
MSFW Designer Lunch We got our first real taste of Melbourne fashion week (MSFW) yesterday with a special luncheon kicking off the Spring fashion season. Key designers from Melbourne’s fashion scene dined with media and the festival’s face, Lucy McIntosh, at the prettily adorned tables of Melbourne’s Match Bar.
There’s always something to be learned from a good styling workshop. Maybe it’s a little trick or a passed on piece of knowledge, but more often the real gems are those little seeds of inspiration; the beginning of an idea that you can take away and play with and push further until you make it your own. During Melbourne fashion week (MSFW), celebrity stylist Philip…
As if to remind us just how fast this year has flown, Melbourne this morning ushered in a new program of parades and events for the upcoming 2010 Melbourne fashion week (MSFW). TV personality / VJ Ruby Rose was announced as this year’s Ambassador; while Melbourne model Lucy McIntosh will be seen gracing billboards, banners, and runways alike as the festival’s Face.
We may be busying ourselves in Sydney at RAFW but that doesn’t mean we don’t already have our eyes on the next big fashion event for Australia: MSFW (Melbourne fashion week). Scheduled for late August, the opportunity for Melbourne’s fashion designers to get involved in the week has now come up.
A true innovator of the beauty industry, byANGELIQUE is renowned for revolutionary products like the Tweezeme tweezer with a built-in LED light. ByAngelique’s latest venture is Lipfresh; a lustrous, silky smooth lip balm infused with mint. Guests who attend High Fashion, High Tea at this year’s MSFW (Melbourne Spring Fashion Week) will be some of the first to experience the luxury and freshness of Lipfresh,…