What Savage x Fenty Says about Female Sexuality and Diversity


  One of the most eagerly awaited presentations at New York Fashion Week (NYFW) this season was Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty lingerie collection. And just as she did when launching Fenty Beauty, Rihanna really shook shit up. Taking place at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the presentation was more akin to performance art than a traditional runway show. There were no seating assignments, no front row packed with VIPs, instead attendees were treated equally and were encouraged to move throughout the space, exploring a range of installations inspired by the Garden of Eden. The models, or ‘savages’ as they were referred… Continue Reading

Designer Profile – auór


In our latest designer profile we sit down with one half of the team behind new accessories label auor to talk design, art and slow fashion.   For some time now, I have been pining for something green. Perhaps its because spring is now here and verdant greenery is seemingly everywhere. Or perhaps its just that green is just a damn appealing colour. As is often the case these days, I found just the fashion item to fill my green coloured void while casually scrolling through Instagram. There they were: celery green hoop earrings just begging to find a home… Continue Reading

A Curious Disappearance


                        Credits Everything: Emma Batchelor / Instagram @emma.leiden Note: I have a tendency to over intellectualise things, and as is my custom I over-thought this photographic exploration. I wanted to play, once again, with pushing the boundaries of fashion imagery. In Old Bags I was concerned with contrast, particularly the disconnection between facial expression and body positioning and also between figures in space. In ‘A Curious Disappearance‘ I was interested in the idea of clothes being able to tell a narrative when not on a body. In the first… Continue Reading

Designer Profile – Taloma


  Thanks to the ABC’s War on Waste and a whole raft of hard working advocates who have been working in the fashion space (think Clare Press, Emma Watson, Amber Valetta and Livia Firth), ethical and sustainable fashion has reached a tipping point and is beginning to go mainstream. This not only encourages existing brands to question their operations but also expands the market for the makers and labels who value sustainability and are open about their ethics and supply chain. One such label is TALOMA, a Melbourne based label specialising in luxe wardrobe essentials. We caught up with Justine,… Continue Reading

Vestiaire Collective


  This luxury resale business originated in Paris but now operates all over the world including Australia. Vestiaire Collective isn’t your average online marketplace, here you can both buy and sell pre-owned fashion. With 30,000 new items submitted by a community of sellers each week so you are guaranteed to find something that catches your eye. And don’t worry about fakes, items are checked for quality and authenticity.   Who: Women, Men and kids. What: Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton – all the luxury labels are there. How Much: $$ – $$$$ depending on what you are after. Why: We love… Continue Reading