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Ode to the King of the Red Carpet. The Golden Oscar.

Like many of you I grew up watching the Oscars. The highlight for me, as for many fashion lovers, is what happens before the Oscars, watching the stars walk down the red carpet in their breathtaking dresses.  Over the years there have been many designers that have dressed the stars on the red carpet, but there … Continue reading

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All about the stripes

Stripes.  They’re timeless, versatile & classic. We’ve seen them on the runways, from International to Australian designers, the stripes continue to be a strong trend this spring/ summer. Left: Richard Nicoll SS14 Ready to Wear, Middle: Rouland Mouret SS14 Ready to Wear, Right: Bec & Bridge SS14 Its been almost 100 years since Chanel first introduced … Continue reading

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Fashion has a voice

I would not call myself a ‘feminist’. I am a woman. I am a mum.  I have worked in the competitive corporate world.  And I also love fashion.  Whilst I think Karl Lagerfeld is a creative genius I sometimes question some of his statements.  But after seeing Chanel’s SS15 latest campaign to show support for … Continue reading

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A girls perfect afternoon – high tea styling and MBFFS fashion experience

It’s been many months since I’ve posted on Jadorais.  Moving houses, a fabulous trip to Brazil & coming back to Sydney to interior renovate & decorate my home has kept me busy in the last few months.  Lucky me, yesterday I got to trade my DIY painting clothes and get frocked up for a most fabulous … Continue reading

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London Design Exquis: How is soap linked to music?

Design Exquis is an exhibtion, now in it’s third edition, that takes the concept of “exquisite corpse” and the children’s game consequences, where you  start writing a story on a piece of paper, fold it over and pass it to the next person to continue. In this exhibition, instead of using paper and pen, the dialogue was … Continue reading

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London Fashion Week SS14 – Heohwan Simulation

Hwan Heo is a London-based Korean born designer – a Royal College of Art alumni – who is now firmly bedded in at London Fashion Week as an emerging designer. He previously won the prestigious Fashion Scout Merit Award in 2012, which has also launched the career of David Koma and William Tempest. He founded Heohwan Simulation in … Continue reading

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Back and ready to go!

Désolée!!! I’m so so sorry for disappearing for so long! My laptop has been a sick puppy and I being the Queen of procrastination, the poor thing was put in a self induced coma and has only just recovered! So what have I been up to? Well… lots of travels… lots of eating… lots of … Continue reading

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LFW A/W 13/14 Award Winner – Yifang Wan

I really want to share the AW 13 collection of a new talented designer, Yifang Wan. Somehow I managed to nab myself front row seats at the show in Freemason’s Hall. She is a Central St Martin’s graduate that won the L’Oreal Professional Young Designer Award at Central St Martins in 2010. This year, after … Continue reading

PARIS FASHION WEEK AW 13/14 – John Galliano @ The Centorial

The third and final Paris Fashion Week show that I was so very lucky to attend was none other than John Galliano. To say that I was giddy with excitement, is an understatement. I have always loved John Galliano for his opulent fabrics, structural shapes, outlandish make-up and accessories, and beautiful colours. Of course, John … Continue reading

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PARIS FASHION WEEK AW 13/14 – Veronique Leroy @ Palais de Tokyo

The second show that I was super dooper lucky enough to also see on Saturday, was of Veronique Leroy at the minimalist setting of Palais de Tokyo. The show started around 4pm (scheduled for 3.30pm) and the beautiful natural lighting through the glass roof gave the room beautiful shadows and atmosphere. Belgium born, Véronique Leroy … Continue reading

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