A live art experience, part installation, part exhibition and part runway, this is the setting for the launch of Alabama Blonde, a fashion label, and so much more. With The Melbourne Critique, they spoke about their inception, future direction and the current state of play. What inspires your love for fashion and the creation of…
The grand marble staircase that graces the front of Melbourne Town Hall was the setting for this years MFW Global Indigenous Avant Gard Showcase. A runway dedicated to new collections by Indigenous fashion designers from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Nations. With classic silhouettes re-imagened, contemporary application of traditional materials, these pieces traverse time and place.
With the definitive idea of masculinity now a shifting thing, men’s fashion so to continues its evolution and transgression. Melbourne, forever on trend arguably more than anywhere else in Australia, was treated to the latest looks in mens wear from AMXANDER, Aquila, Autonomy, Chris Ran Lin, Dom Magneto and Jack London by MFW at Garage Runway 2,…
Bold, visionary and future forward. This is what comes next as seen through the eyes of young creators, focused on fashion. Embracing the latest design directions and exploring potential future practices of fashion design MFW STUDENT RUNWAY-COLLECTIVE as always delivered some amazing designs and craftsmanship. If this is fashion forward, then we are most certainly headed…
Recently seen on the Melbourne Fashion Week Garage Runway was the emergence of two collections by one Melbourne designer, who mixes the darkest of inspiration with the most pure intentions. Both collections are defined by classic silhouettes embellished with the more contemporary. On inspiration, the value of thread and ethical practice Kalaurie spoke with The Melbourne Critique. Let’s start off.…