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Melania Trump and Finland's first lady twin in butterfly outfits

Melania Trump and Finland's first lady twin in butterfly outfits

And no one really knows why.

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Celebrities ace courtside fashion at Wimbledon
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Celebrities ace courtside fashion at Wimbledon

From the Duchess of Cambridge's sunshine yellow, to Meghan Markle's Ralph Lauren look, see what the celebrities sitting centre court are wearing.

This season's It bags will take you from the checkout to the carpark
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This season's It bags will take you from the checkout to the carpark

Maybe she's born with it. Maybe it's polypropelene.

  • by Mary Ward
Is there a stylish way to wear a beanie?

Is there a stylish way to wear a beanie?

For that frosty morning commute, how can you make a beanie work?

  • by Melissa Singer
Street Seen: Eighties fashion proves a contemporary hit

Street Seen: Eighties fashion proves a contemporary hit

Street Seen: I'm really liking '80s style at the moment but otherwise (my style is) pretty eclectic.

  • by Jess Bassano
Is there a stylish way to wear a beanie?
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Is there a stylish way to wear a beanie?

Some women seem to ooze apres ski chic, while I look like a Hobbit.

  • by Melissa Singer
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Revamp your work wardrobe
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Revamp your work wardrobe

With dramatic colours and shapes, the new season's work look are a long way from business as usual.

Style: Good Weekend's picks of the week
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Style: Good Weekend's picks of the week

Fresh additions to Australia's most-wanted list: the latest in clever, covetable design.

  • by Anna-Lisa Backlund
Bend the rules with this season's work wear
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Bend the rules with this season's work wear

It’s not business as usual, so have fun with colour, shape and structure. The new work style doesn’t play by the rules. Fashion editor: Penny McCarthy. Photography: Cybele Malinowski.

Designer admits Meghan Markle’s yellow dress owed to ‘a mistake’
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Designer admits Meghan Markle’s yellow dress owed to ‘a mistake’

Brandon Maxwell, who created the yellow shift dress that won the Duchess of Sussex widespread praise, said the fabric was not intended to be that colour.

  • by Melissa Singer
Australian designer scores fashion honour in New York
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Australian designer scores fashion honour in New York

This is the first year an Australian was not guaranteed a place in the Woolmark finals.

  • by Melissa Singer