February 23, 2019
The legacy of Karl Lagerfeld
During the ’90s there was barely a glossy magazine that didn’t feature Karl Lagerfeld draped in supermodels. His death this week offers a chance to reflect on the fashion powerhouse’s influence on design, style and feminine sophistication.
July 21, 2018
Online boutique Wardrobe.NYC
With one eye on fashion and the other on reducing the industry’s culture of excess, Wardrobe.NYC offers a one-stop shopping experience.
May 12, 2018
Meaning in fashion
Bringing discussions of identity, representation and appropriation into fashion studies, Kimberly Jenkins says designers need to better understand customers’ interest in the meaning of their clothes.
March 17, 2018
Australian-Ghanaian label Yevu
Anna Robertson’s Yevu label, based in Ghana, resists the pressure to upscale production of its wax print garments in favour of a sustainable business.
February 10, 2018
Rye and Camp Cove Swim
Swimwear labels Rye and Camp Cove Swim are taking their memories of Australian beachside holidays to the world, adding modern techniques to nostalgic design.
November 11, 2017
Verner’s small print
Stepping back from the traditional model of ever-expanding business has allowed Melbourne designer Ingrid Verner to create a boutique label that is a labour of love.
August 12, 2017
Kit Willow Podgornik’s Kitx
With a focus on sustainable materials, Kit Willow Podgornik’s label, Kitx, is producing flowing garments so popular they push their handmade manufacturing to the limit.
June 24, 2017
Emma Mulholland’s label Holiday
Emma Mulholland’s new label Holiday returns to the retro beachside style that launched her career.
May 13, 2017
Fashion labels Ten Pieces and SZN
The desire for a stripped back ‘uniform’ may speak to a catastrophic future but, it’s more about saving the present by simplifying choices and consuming less.
April 1, 2017
Susan Dimasi and Material By Product
With the aim of sustaining the Chanel legacy, Material By Product creative director Susan Dimasi has the well-heeled 21st-century professional in her sights.
February 25, 2017
Christopher Esber at New York Fashion Week
In Christopher Esber’s debut show at New York Fashion Week, he continues his pursuit of the ‘alpha woman’, this time with an automotive edge.
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