Fashion & Jewellery

Stranger Things’ Newbie is Miu Miu’s New Girl

08/12/17

You may not know Sadie Sink by name but you would know the tomboy video-gamer/skateboarder, ‘Mad Max’ Mayfield from Stranger Things 2. Following Millie Bobby Brown’s steps into the fashion stratosphere (Brown has fronted campaigns for Calvin Klein and sat front-row at NYFW) the new teen it-girl is joining Dakota Fanning, Elle Fanning and Chloë Sevigny as the face of Miu Miu’s holiday campaign, Whispers.   “It’s definitely a perk — I’ve always been really into fashion, and this job gives me the opportunity to wear a lot of cool brands and work with a lot of amazing people,” says Read the full article...

Céline Opens Its First Store in Sydney

21/10/17

When Céline opened its first Australian store last year in Melbourne’s Chadstone shopping centre, it made fashion headlines. Now, the French fashion house has announced its second Australian store, and Sydney has been chosen to host. Scheduled to open this month, the store will be located on Level 4 in Westfield Sydney, just off Pitt St Mall, alongside a slew of other high end designer labels. Launching with their autumn/winter ready-to-wear ’17 collection, Céline’s Sydney store will stock a full range of ready-to-wear pieces straight off the runway, alongside an array of leather goods, shoes and accessories. With 140 stores Read the full article...

This Indigenous Australian Model Walked the Most Shows at NYFW

21/10/17

A new It girl in town. Australian model Charlee Fraser, booked the most shows than any other model at New York Fashion Week — including the Hadid sisters. With a total of 20 runway appearances, Fraser beat out Chinese model He Cong, who walked 14 shows altogether. In early 2016, the Newcastle, Australia native traveled stateside to once again try her hand at New York Fashion Week. (She’d walked in the Spring 2014 shows of Tia Cibani and Chadwick Bell, but hadn’t been picked up by any major designers.) The new favourite on the international stages is being hailed by Read the full article...