Two talented young creatives out of Perth, who also just happen to be sisters. First up we have graphic designer and illustrator Lauren, who is just about to graduate from a Bachelor of Arts in design and illustration. you can see her portfolio work here and here. Her younger sister Bree has a passion […]
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Melbourne brand Zoologie have opened their first store. It is in Manchester Lane, off Collins Street, in the city.
With stuff from around the world, as well as her own, Nani Puspasari’s site Designani has some nice stuff to get you inspired. You can also check out her personal portfolio site here. Found via twitter
Sisters Julia & Joanne Ritson have had some of their artworks printed onto limited edition silk scarves. You can see more of Julia’s work here, and Joanne’s here.
The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, has announced the launch of the Powerhouse Museum International Lace Award, set to redefine traditional expressions of lace and its design applications. For more information or to enter visit www.powerhousemuseum.com/lace or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handmade bags and purses made from printed cotton from Fugu Fashion. Prints incluse paisley, 60′s 70′s mod fabric, black & white prints, japanese prints and bright florals .
Sun hats made from vintage fabrics. All I can say is Christmas is coming up, and for $54 at the most, you can order a hand made original.
Fashion photography by Fallen Rose, out of Brisbane. Available for freelance hire.
Australia’s best Eco-loving labels and designers on show for Melbourne’s fashionistas See the full feature and pictures here: http://www.bindarri.com.au/eco-luxe-fashion-expose/
Fashion Photography from Sydney based Will Davidson. via ventilate
Brisbane based fashion label Cyan Reign will be launching their new collection at the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (1st – 6th September).
Im sure that Fashion label Wheels & Doll Baby need no introduction. Celebrities such as Dita von Teese, Sadie Frost and yes even Buffy have all been seen in the label. The best thing though is that even though the brand has a huge following, the clothes are fully made here in Australia.