Melbourne Fashion Week 2020

This news has made my day! A re-worked Melbourne Fashion Week will run from 23-29 November. COVID-19 has seen them push the reset button and re-think the ways in which to support our local designers and retailers. This year, for the first time ever, they’ll be presenting a program featuring both digital and in-person events – if COVID-19 restrictions allow.

The 100-per-cent-free event will include an impressive line-up of digitally delivered runways from some of Melbourne’s favourite local designers and emerging fashion talent. They’ll also be presenting digital talks with industry experts as well as some in-person elements, factoring in social distancing restrictions.

Stay tuned in the coming months for more on M/FW 2020 >>

Fabulous launch night!

A beautiful fusion of photography, fashion, floristry and theatre makes for this breathtaking experience. Dreams Echoing The Memories Of Time runs 31 Aug – 7 Sept. Part of Melbourne Fashion Week.

Let’s take a look at the stylish night!



Details: Dreams Echoing The Memories Of Time

Get planning!

NICE! The 2018 Melbourne Fashion Week schedule has been launched!

From Underground Runways in the iconic Degraves Underpass to pop-ups in laneways, MFW is ready to take over the entire city from 31 Aug – 7 Sept with over 150 events celebrating the very best in Australian fashion.

I’m glad to see the Underground Menswear Runway remains on the schedule, as it was a true highlight last year!

This year, the gorgeous Pia Miller will hold the stylish crown as official MFW ambassador. The Melbourne-raised actor and model walked the MFW runways over a decade ago and has gone on to star in Home and Away and become an Australian style icon, gracing the pages of Vogue Australia and Elle Australia to name a few.

See you on the runway!

The gorgeous Pia Miller is set for another starring role as the ’18 MFW ambassador!


The schedule is now live:

Underground vibes at MFW Menswear

Keeping it fresh! This year’s Garage Menswear show took us under the Town Hall at Melbourne Fashion Week. The rustic venue gave way for an edgy showcase of the new season looks. Keeping with the diversity theme of this year’s event there were several female models rockin’ the clothing on the runway and hey this makes sense as I’ve had plenty of my girlfriends raid my wardrobe!

Let’s talk trends. The bum bag is having a moment and it’s certainly a handy accessory for us mobile phone lovers. No hanging onto a bag means those hands are free to organise that next Tinder date on the run. But with the bum bag, do not wear around the waist, wear it on the diagonal across the chest and you’ll be on point. Military hardware made for masculine details and I’ll be trying out this one myself. Also, it looks like the cool mix of a suit teamed with sneakers is here to stay, as it just looks so goddam stylish and I’m sure we can all agree is really comfortable.

Let’s take a look at the action…

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Chris Ran Lin:

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Dom Bagnato:

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Jack London:

Images in the body of post by Timothy Treasure Photography

Melbourne Fashion Week fun has begun!

The fun is underway at Melbourne Fashion Week 2017. It’s a fabulous showcase of the coming trends and styles for the spring/summer fashion season. This year there is a strong emphasis on diversity which is great to see, so far I’ve seen a gay wedding on the runway and female models in the menswear show. MFW 2017 boasts a massive line-up  with over 150 events across the city – including Premium Runways with the country’s leading designers, industry workshops, exhibitions, parties, films, music, and free fashion experiences. There is something for everyone!

The hub is Melbourne Town Hall and a great place to go celeb and street style spotting plus they feature live music and DJ sets. We’re only half-way through so get amongst it – link to schedule and buy tickets at bottom of post.

Follow me on my social channels and stay tuned for trend reports. See you on the runway.

Some of my opening night highlights…

Spectacular: The David Jones runway on Little Bourke Street really does stop traffic! This view from the top was snapped by one of my peeps on scene, Lilli Anak.

Striking a pose with the models at the Harrold’s event as part of the Vogue Night Out.

Spring racing style at the Rokk Ebony runway show at Collins Place. As part of the Vogue Night Out.

Still on for a few more days! View the MFW Schedule and ticket info here:

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