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Is climate positive activewear the future? This Byron Bay designer says yes

Is climate positive activewear the future? This Byron Bay designer says yes

Nagnata founder Laura May Gibbs has found success and controversy but remains focused on creating her version of a better fashion business.

  • by Damien Woolnough

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I spent $2000 in under two hours on clothes – and learnt important style lessons

I spent $2000 in under two hours on clothes – and learnt important style lessons

Demand for personal stylists is rising as time-poor, fashion-conscious women and men ask the experts to help them get dressed. After my experience, I can’t wait to do it again.

  • by Hanna Mills Turbet
Why you’ll never find this designer wearing jeans

Why you’ll never find this designer wearing jeans

Bonnie Ashley talks her love of vintage frocks, playing in her mother’s wardrobe, and why she loves the ’40s and ’70s for inspiration.

  • by Georgie Gordon
A different side to Alexander McQueen is coming to Australia

A different side to Alexander McQueen is coming to Australia

The bad boy of British fashion, who died in 2010, will follow in the footsteps of Chanel with a NGV exhibition that’s set to highlight the hope in his influential designs and delve into his life.

  • by Damien Woolnough
Be a maverick: the new rules of Top Gun dressing

Be a maverick: the new rules of Top Gun dressing

Bomber jackets and jeans are out as a new generation of flyboys hit new style heights at the Cannes premiere of Top Gun: Maverick.

  • by Damien Woolnough
The woman taking the front-row seat in Melbourne fashion

The woman taking the front-row seat in Melbourne fashion

The incoming chief executive of the Melbourne Fashion Festival is ready to energise the city and solidify its claims as the country’s fashion capital.

  • by Damien Woolnough
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P.E Nation’s creative director on the items at the top of her wish list

P.E Nation’s creative director on the items at the top of her wish list

For Claire Tregoning, it’s all about a gold chain necklace and new boots.

  • by Georgie Gordon
Creating a timeless wardrobe means skipping the fads

Creating a timeless wardrobe means skipping the fads

Finding genuinely size inclusive sustainable brands can be tricky. Catherine Bouris put in the hard yards and crafted the ultimate capsule wardrobe.

  • by Catherine Bouris
Coachella and Burning Man come to the Australian runway

Coachella and Burning Man come to the Australian runway

The competition for attention from new designers saw technicolour costumes and exaggerated hoop skirts at Australian Fashion Week’s final shows, but quiet achievers cut through the noise.

  • by Damien Woolnough
Making room for every shape, size and ability on the runway

Making room for every shape, size and ability on the runway

Issues of inclusion for size and race are trying to change Australia’s fashion industry one model at a time.

  • by Damien Woolnough
My body was once a source of shame. Today, it made history

My body was once a source of shame. Today, it made history

I’ve spent half my life working as a model and far too many years equating my self-worth to a number on the scales.

  • by Robyn Lawley