Claire Low Anna Dello Russo is easy to adore. Few women dress with such conviction... I therefore fully endorse her H&M collaboration.
Claire Low 30 Days of FAB teams up glossy mag editors with brands and has them present something free, fun and special, to the shopping public.
Claire Low Clinton Hutchinson tried sleeping rough. It wasn’t great. Hutchinson, the managing director of Canberra and Melbourne company Zoo Advertising, did the Vinnies CEO Sleepout last year.
Claire Low So is Zara coming to Canberra? The rumour is popping up quite often and where there’s smoke, there’s fire, yes? No? Maybe.
Claire Low Maison Martin Margiela is the next collaborator of cheapie chain H&M. The trouble is, I reckon most people will be saying, ‘‘who?’’
Claire Low It sure seems like only yesterday the Olsen twins were calling John Stamos ‘‘Uncle Jesse’’ on Full House way back when they were two blonde doe-eyed child stars with buckets of cutesey appeal.
Claire Low Fashion Banquet's final show for this year's Australian Fashion Week is Nana Judy, a label that does street wear and denim.
Claire Low The models were merely decorated by sculptural Perspex hats.
Claire Low Suboo, in the label's debutant show at Australian Fashion Week, presents on a 360 degree runway.
Claire Low We Are Handsome does swimwear with attention-grabbing photo prints, often of wild beasts.
Claire Low Fashion industry legend Jenny Kee leaves us all gobsmacked with her kaleidoscope of colours and the vibrancy of her prints.
Claire Low It's time for a few more show reviews from day three of Australian Fashion Week. Your intrepid correspondent made it through bedlam at Ellery.
Hamish Alice McCall dials up the sweet factor with a collection that evokes the cute appeal of Russian nesting dolls.
Claire Low Lisa Ho kicks off day three of Australian Fashion Week with a show at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Claire Low The final show of day two of Australian Fashion Week is Bowie and what a finale it is.
Claire Low The fabulous Jayson Brunsdon is the first to use The Box, a venue with static models, very well.
Claire Low The label By Johnny (which, as the name suggests, is by a designer called Johnny. Last name Schembri) shows such a lot of pastels.
Claire Low The next show for Fashion Banquet is Toi et Moi, a label that likes to take its cues from Parisian street chic, with an Aussie touch.
Claire Low His collection has a muted sophistication with a palette of mostly black and grey with a dash of sparkle and chartreuse thrown in.
Claire Low Designer Kelli Wharton shows more of what proves to be strong trends: pastels and floral prints.