This year's Super Bowl of fashion - the Met Gala - honoured "Fashion In An Age of Technology" but all it did was celebrate the smart casual dress code.
Ah the Met Gala. It's the only time celebrities are dressed in what the designers want them to wear, instead of stylists.
Will Kim Kardashian wear another couch? Will Beyonce show? Will Taylor Swift really dress as a "robot with a sword"?
Carla Zampatti's spring-summer is on song.
Known for its quirky prints and "organic" approach to fashion, Australian label Gorman is under fire over a public relations exercise about its supply chain.
They control 75 per cent of retail spending. But where does it go?
Frills, flounces and a flowing fit make for a classy-yet-comfy look.
What I'm about to say may be very un-Australian.
I'm sure this new decorative volume is going to become a meta trend, so in a year or two, it will be completely normal to walk around in the sort of dresses the Stepford Wives (in the original 1975 film) wore after they were "done". Just minus the aprons.
Since 1831 The Sydney Morning Herald has reported on our social customs and costumes, and the Herald was there in 1965 when Carla Zampatti's name first made it onto the presses.
Was there ever a male performer more enamored with ruffles — or lace or velvet — than Prince?
Prince will be remembered not just for his music, but also for the eclectic mark he made on the fashion world.
She might be the CEO and co-founder of Polyvore, one of the most fashionable tech companies around, but Jess Lee "wears a uniform".
Photographer Henry Talbot brought a Mad Men glamour to the local fashion scene.
In the wake of the Rana Plaza factory collapse some Australian fashion brands have made huge leaps in stamping out exploitation from their supply chains. Others have not.
Let's be honest, Brax can return as many times as he likes to Summer Bay but he'll never be Martha.
Who knew tracksuits would come back into fashion?
Not just for pilots, bomber jackets can work for many outfits and tastes.
Coachella, for the uninitiated, is essentially what would happen down under if Stereosonic and Sportsgirl consummated.
Johanna Johnson's struggling bridal and red carpet empire will be tipped into liquidation owing more than $1 million to the Tax Office unless she can convince the Supreme Court she has a plan to pay her debts.
Celebrities give a glimpse into the fashion night of nights at Anna Wintour's NY party.
Film festivals, premieres and parties. Where the stars have been spotted this week.
Film festivals, parties and premieres. Where the stars have been spotted this week.
Check out all the style at the Super Bowl of fashion, the Met Gala.
From Kim Kardashian's "couch dress" to Katy Perry smelling her arm pit, the looks that would have turned Anna Wintour's head, for good and bad.
In this week's red carpet roundup, Elizabeth Olsen looks like a '30s-inspired angel, Michelle Obama works tone-on-tone separates, and one stylist really lets a young starlet down. By Emma Day and Harriet Pudney.
Bowie-esque tasselled pants, Taylor Swift's choker and Delta Goodrem on the runway - Zampatti's new collection is on song.
In this week's red carpet roundup, the Duchess of Cambridge is as classy as always, Emily VanCamp looks chic but comfy, and two fashion icons go out in their undies. By Emma Day and Harriet Pudney.