JENNA CLARKE 5:30pm The Victoria Racing Club may be rethinking its entertainment line-up for this spring carnival after one of the headline acts, singer Erykah Badu, failed to earn more than $5 while busking.
Erin Munro ALEX KLAGES, 21.
Maggie Alderson Ellen Pompeo's outfit subverts at least four trends.
Monique Butterworth From fascinators to fetlocks and bets to bubbles, Melbourne Cup day is like no other and those in the know have some advice for the uninitiated.
Erin Munro Get the Look, October 19
JESSICA WRIGHT Private Melbourne at the Caulfield Cup
JESSICA WRIGHT The Caulfield Cup went deluxe with David Jones' Art Nouveau inspired trackside marquee bedecked with plush furniture, lush fixtures and thousands of white blooms.
SUZANNE CARBONE You need more front than Myer to compete in the Fashions on the Field during the spring racing carnival and have your ensemble picked to pieces.
Alexander Wang for H&M
JENNA CLARKE Judging by the reaction of some of Australia’s biggest celebrities, everyday Australians are going to love Alexander Wang’s affordable collection for fast fashion retailer H&M.
JESSICA WRIGHT Home-grown honey, DJ Havana Brown, plans to, literally, tear up the Caulfield racetrack on Saturday.
JESSICA WRIGHT The "Duke of Melbourne millinery" - more formally Mister Peter Jago, Esquire, if you don't mind – has thirty-one Caulfield Cup carnivals under his hat.
LIVIA GAMBLE Following the announcement that Elle Macpherson’s 25-year relationship with Bendon is over, Heidi Klum has announced she will be wearing the lingerie pants from now on.
Fashion form guide
NEDAHL STELIO I always admire those women who turn up to the races, glossy from head to toe with impeccable hair and not a hint of skin shine. I'm … not one of those women.
Sydney shoppers have come in their hundreds to rejoice the arrival of H&M's first ever store in New South Wales.
GEORGINA SAFE When Jean Paul Gaultier was first approached about a retrospective exhibition of his work, the couturier was horrified at the prospect.
Model hits Melbourne
GEORGINA SAFE Melbourne supermodel Andreja Pejic has made her first public appearance in her home town as a woman, writes Georgina Safe.
JESSICA WRIGHT On an otherwise cold and grey Wednesday, it was the Ladies who Lunch who stole the show and brought vibrant colour to the Caulfield racecourse – more than 400 of them, and to a woman, in high spirits and stylishly turned out.
ESTHER HAN IT defies logic: swimsuits that turn see-through when used underwater. Kmart receives a Shonky Award from Choice.
BEAU DONELLY Supermarket giant Woolworths has pulled a range of "racist" and "offensive" singlets from its shelves after a social media backlash.
Larger than life label
JENNA CLARKE Miley Cyrus' vocals weren't the only impressive aspect of her performance at the Sydney Opera House on Monday, her trademark near-naked look hit all the right notes with the local fashion scene.
Joanne Brookfield Cecilia Cao, a financial services adviser, says life is too short to worry about fashion faux pas.
Maggie Alderson Maggie Alderson dresses down to dress up as she gets formal about her evening wear.
Erin Munro When it comes to fashion, it's perfectly fine to see things in black and white.
Spring racing fashion
JANICE BREEN BURNS A simple guide on how not to look ridiculous in this spring's millinery.
GEORGINA SAFE When Gemma Ward was a child growing up in Perth, her family holidays inevitably involved the beach.
Say 'no' to Butt Chunk
NEDAHL STELIO Why you should say 'no' to the Butt Chunk.
Why waste your life at the gym and nibbling carrots to achieve a Victoria's Secret figure when you can just slip one on - and all for a bargain $69.99!
Elizabeth Clarke She has an appetite for shoulder pads, Chanel pins and pearls, and rocks a ceremonial jacket like nobody else. She is Julie Bishop – Australian Foreign Affairs Minister, Deputy Leader of the Liberal party and …. our country's newest Fashion Diplomat.
JIL HOGAN A small crowd of around ten people were able to shop the Missoni for Target collection in peace at the Canberra Centre this morning, while those shopping online struggled to get through.
JESSICA WRIGHT Who cares about the worm when the early fashionista bird can lay her hands on garments normally only available to the very select few?
Paula Joye has spent the last twenty years working in the fashion industry. The former editor of Cleo, Shop Til You Drop and Madison magazines, she believes in the healing power of shoes and that leggings should never be worn as pants.
Etsy is an online marketplace filled with all sorts of niche and quirky items. It doesn't take much searching to find some great fashion bargains, both vintage and handmade.
The entire look book of the collection Alexander Wang designed for H&M, which will be sold in Australia.
In this week's round up of red carpet highs and lows, ladies in red stun, Kate Bosworth's risky white number pays off and Christina Hendricks fails again. In this weekly fashion fest we only bring you the horrors and the hits from the red carpets and only cover events where celebrities know they'll be snapped and critiqued for their fashion (so no Britney leaving Maccas in her trackies.) Why? Well because all humans - even celebs - should be allowed to look rubbish while packing a Quarter Pounder (testify!). By Stuff's Sarah Mackenzie.
Florals for spring? It might not be what you call ground-breaking, but it sure is pretty ...
A number of Australian celebrities show support for sport at Alexander Wang for H&M collection launch.
Expert advice ahead of the Caulfield Cup from fashion milliner Peter Jago, who showcases some of the exquisite headwear he makes in collaboration with jewelry designer Roxanne Amatruda.
We sit down with fashion icon Jean Paul Gaultier as his landmark exhibition opens at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Ahead of this weekend's special, guest-edited edition of Spectrum, immerse yourself in the "otherworldly" NGV exhibition by Romance Was Born designers Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett.
The creative director for Italian fashion house Missoni says she believes the brand's new line at Target will be well accepted by Australian customers.
In her role as Caulfield Style Ambassador, Nicole Warne features in the short film The Caulfield Journey ahead of the 2014 Cup Carnival. Video supplied.