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The Launch of the 18th Melbourne Fashion week

Melbourne is best know for it’s sporadic showers, hidden laneways and the amazing cafe culture. So it’ll come as no surprise that I write about the launch of Melbourne spring fashion week (MSFW), whilst drinking a coffee and hiding from the rain in a little cafe. This year marks not only the event’s 18th birthday, described as its coming of age by Melbourne’s mayor Robert…
Melbourne's Faces for '12
Melbourne's Faces for '12
Melbourne's Faces for '12
Melbourne's Faces for '12
Melbourne's Faces for '12
Melbourne's Faces for '12
Melbourne's Faces for '12
Melbourne's Faces for '12

Gwendolynne’s gowns draw breath at MSFW

Gwendolynne has a trademark style that she rarely deviates from. That’s no bad thing: fans of her ultra-feminine evening and bridal wear know exactly what to expect, namely plenty of floor-sweeping trains and impeccable embellishments. And on that she never fails to deliver. On yesterday’s MSFW (Melbourne fashion week) runway her trademark style was in full force but if there was any change to note…

Gwendolynne Spring 2010

Gwendolynne Burkin should need no introduction. More so, few words could do justice to her Spring 2010 collection, suffice to say that what some designers are to sex, Gwendolynne is to elegance. Her Spring 2010 collection, as always, is an embodiment of femininity and classicism. Her pieces, both on the Melbourne fashion week (MSFW) catwalk and at the weddings they seem rightly destined for, allow…

Gwendolynne at LMFF 2010

Gwendolynne manages to reinvent her signature style, time and again, with remarkable precision. Who at last night’s Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) show could overlook the swishing silk gowns with thigh high slits, or the delicately beaded boleros; the draping cowl backs, and rows of tiny buttons; and one particular asymmetrical gown with a Grecian style drape and single shoulder? We certainly couldn’t. For those not…

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