Sarah & Sebastian’s exceptionally delicate pieces of gold and silver jewellery combine handmade artistry with commercial fabrication techniques.
An escape from city pressures to Byron Bay provided the inspiration – and the perfect picturesque backdrop – for a savvy label deemed Australian Business of the Year.
Double Rainbouu’s rapid success has come from collections built around their foundation garment – a contemporary Hawaiian shirt.
Sibling-run label Alpha 60 design uniforms for Tasmania’s MONA and look to international expansion.
The New South Wales sheep farm that has entered an innovative partnership with Italian luxury brand Ermenegildo Zegna.
Gorman’s Autumn collection is a collaboration with resin jewellery designer Elke Kramer.
Dior’s Peter Philips brings creativity to the brand's commercial make-up lines.
Playsuit queen Alice McCall will be the first Australian designer to open a stand-alone boutique in China.
Small craft-based businesses lead the revival of a sun-bleached early ’70s classic – crocheted swimwear.
Building the reputation of Australian designers overseas poses tantalising challenges for the local industry’s prospective governing body.
Australian labels such as Bassike are hitting their mark in LA’s boho-turned-boutique-loving Venice Beach.
From her signature red rose print to being seen on Beyoncé, Karla Špetić has caught the eye without seeking the limelight.
Styles come and go, but some defy the odds to become long-running trends, such as the ubiquitous peplum.
Melbourne designers Strateas and Carlucci are the first Australians to show at Paris Men’s Fashion Week.
The influential Akira was the only label at Australian Fashion Week’s 20th year that was there at its first.
Two decades on, Australian Fashion Week shows for north and south.
Australian Dion Lee's crafted simplicity thrills New York Fashion Week with his Autumn/Winter collection.
The Spring/Summer collections of the big names in haute couture burst into bloom.
The ‘fictional’ label created to critique conventional notions of avant-garde fashion.
How swimwear lions We Are Handsome stay ahead of the game
For three fashion art exhibitions, it's not about the designers – it’s the curators who run the show.
Active is the new casual, as stylish tech fabrics are putting us on the street ready to work it as much as work out.
An iconic ’80s label comes back to life.
This season’s metamorphosis of the butterfly from tacky tattoo to high fashion proves image is everything.
New York label Tome comes clean with a white shirt for anti-slavery charity Freedom For All.
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