It’s been a big year for Queen Bey – releasing her surprise album Lemonade, promoting her new activewear label Ivy Park and just being an all round amazing woman. She can now add another achievement to the long list- the creator of a successful line of Christmas-themed loungewear. (more…)
Last week we saw our favourite fashion icons strutting their stuff on the red carpet of Britain’s Fashion Awards. Some of our favourites from the red carpet included Jourdan Dunn, Joan Smalls, Winnie harlow and of course, Naomi Campbell. But it was two siblings that stole the show – for us anyway.
It is with immense excitement that we announce the launch of Skin+Pepper Model and Film’s first ever media campaign. The team and talent have been working tirelessly to bring the industry something unique and beautiful.
With success already achieved for our models, including a campaign booking for Camilla Australia’s ‘Jambo Jambo’ collection and several graduate runways, Skin+Pepper is already well on the way to making an impact in the fashion industry. But we still have so much in store for you and such exciting plans for the future.
It’s the most talked about fashion runway show of the year – the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Why is it that we love women strutting around in the underwear that we could never afford? Because they’re damn hot that’s why. Plus the garments are like tiny, sparkling pieces of art.
For us Australians, it’s the time of year where we start putting away our winter coats and consider fitting into last years bathing suits again. The Victoria’s Secret angels offer a little inspiration in the hope that we too can get Summer-ready in the final countdown to beach weather.
The excessive tinsel and Christmas carols set on repeat throughout department stores nationwide can only mean one thing – it’s time to do your Christmas shopping.
Yes, it’s that time of year again where we start thinking about what we’ll gift Aunt Jan and little niece Lucy for Christmas. But just like all those other years, you’re absolutely stumped for ideas. I am truly a strong believer in never having enough clothes so why not give the gift of fashionable (and ethical) attire this Christmas?
Graduate runways are always an exhilarating experience – there’s something exciting about seeing some of the country’s best designers in the making.
The fashion students from the Kangan Institute crafted an incredible show that was both high-class and quirky. On the runway, some garments were bold, some beautiful and others were… well just a tad strange. But that’s the beauty of the student showcases – everyone is daring and unafraid to adhere to trends and public reception.
Alicia Keys has caught our attention once again with the recent release of her phenomenal new album titled Here. You can hear the raw energy and truth in the powerful lyrics – true testament to her newfound message. This message is one about life, politics and finding her identity in an industry so preoccupied with stereotypes.
Along with her new sound, Alicia has a fresh new look and we think it’s her best to date. She’s going makeup free and she’s absolutely radiant. The change was made earlier this year and since then we’ve seen her beautiful fresh face on the album cover, judging on The Voice and even strutting down the red carpet.
This year’s American Music Awards saw yet another parade of artists and celebrities showing off their fashion skills on the red carpet. In previous years we’ve seen vibrant block colours and florals, but this year we’re going back to basics with an oldie but a goodie – black.
Living in Melbourne, I am certainly no stranger to art of fashioning the beloved colour, but this year’s red carpet has given me some newfound inspiration for our dear friend black.
There may have been a time where loungewear meant tracksuit pants and a jumper, but that’s all changed. Soft silk camisoles and slips are the latest trend and quite frankly, I’m a fan. We’ve spotted some of our favourite celebrities rocking the look and now the more accessible local labels have caught on too. (more…)
Whether your a fashionista, an art-lover or just an appreciator of all things beautiful, you’re sure to enjoy the Viktor&Rolf Fashion Artists exhibition at the NGV. The Dutch duo have touched down in Melbourne and certainly made a great first impression.
Their unique approach to the idea of ‘wearable art’ has been making an impact within the fashion industry for close to 25 years now and with good reason. The pieces are absolutely magical and I think the fairytale princess inside us all is secretly wishing they could design us our very own couture gown.