Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Beast Cult, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2016

No Comments 31 March 2016

ART & DESIGN Beast Cult Tinning Street Presents Review by Alexia Brehas   “A collection of garments to wear while conjuring beasts.” Already, the description for fashion exhibition Beast Cult has a strong sense of thematic undertones. Showcasing at Tinning Street Presents, this exhibition is a unique blend of handcrafted fashion and nostalgic art and […]

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Art and Design: White Goods, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 12 April 2015

White Goods explores the materiality and hierarchy of white through the methods of eight interdisciplinary makers, ranging from ceramics, glass to illumination and phosphorescence. Review and interview by Bobby Ly.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Fashion Film Series: Palladian by Tim White – Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 12 April 2015

Through the thoughtful use of colour, sound, and non-sequiturs, Palladian has been able to put forth a new perspective for the fashion film genre. A top three winner at VAMFF 2015. Review by Bobby Ly.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Offsite Runway Series: Exhibit by P.E, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

While runways can be impersonal and distant, Exhibit by P.E managed to find a steady balance between welcoming and professional. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Fashion Film Series: AAIZEL, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

AAIZEL designer Minnie Jo and filmmakers Julian Lucas and Jarred Osborn both push the artistic boundaries of their fields. The result of their collaboration is a striking, memorable short film that is beautifully subtle in displaying a collection from Melbourne based label AAIZEL. Reviewed by Kelly Pigram.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Project Series: Dress Loud, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

Just behind the doors of the old Bakehouse mansion in Richmond lies a bizzare and bold new world. A cacophony of sound and colour greets you like an old friend as it sweeps you off your feet. This is Dress Loud. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Offsite Runway Series: Shio A/W15 Basement Launch by Shio Designs, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

It was all about 90s nostalgia at the launch of Shio Designs 2015 A/W collection with inspiration drawn from everyone's favourite treat, Allen's snakes. Reviewed by Kara Bertoncini.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Art and Design: Marie Hagerty & Robert Foster, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

Painter Marie Hagerty and hollowware designer Robert Foster come together in an exciting new collaboration that explores a new direction for durable anodised aluminium urban designs. Reviewed by Chloe Gleeson.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Project Series: Block Party, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

Did someone say Block Party? Absolutely! What is commonly done in the US has now gained traction here down under and what a glorious day it was for the Peel Street Park Block Party - a day for celebrating community spirit through art, fashion and music. Reviewed by Kara Bertoncini.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Fashion on Film: Wilderness, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

Filmed by director Lewis Vivian Eyers-Stott, the tale of Wilderness follows the story of youthful spiritualism and pagan ritual as a group of young girls escape from a suburban melancholy to form a sisterhood family of their own, together facing the struggles and uncertainties of life as a whole. Mirroring the aesthetic of Melbourne based brother-sister design duo, Bats of Leisure, Wilderness is a story of healing, ritual and belonging.

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