Who else is excited about Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA 2018) starting next week?! I can’t believe it’s been a year since I was able to take my gorgeous then 6-month old mini-me to his first fashion week at … Continue reading →
Happy New Year!! I’m sure you’re wondering where we’ve been in the last few months. J’adorais has been hibernating while I’ve been busy growing a little baby in my belly & enjoying the first few months of motherhood again since … Continue reading →
One of the hard decisions to make each day at Fashion week, besides which of the great designer fashion shows to attend is the age old question, what to wear?! Well this year it seems I continued my ‘theme’ of … Continue reading →
If you love Australian Fashion but haven’t had the fortune of scoring an invite to attend the fashion shows at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, I’ll let you in on fashion’s best kept ‘secret’ – check out the Mercedez-Benz Fashion Festival Syndey … Continue reading →
For as long as I remember I have always loved to draw, at the age of 5 I sketched a portrait of my grandparents, at the age of 13 I won a national art competition in Brazil and I now enjoy … Continue reading →
For someone who usually loves to wear bright colours, I have surprised myself at my latest craze for the monochrome look. There is something about the simplicity of the black & white that makes it a timeless classic. It’s an … Continue reading →
Ones to Watch next rising star designer Hana Cha is a London of College graduate that not only won the womenswear collection of the year, but also presented her last collection at the V&A.
Her design philosophy is to combine opposites, whether it be style, colour, or beautiful fabrics. I loved this beautiful monochrome collection. The detailed beading on the fabrics and the prints on the back of the fabrics were stunning, I love outfits that are stunning 360 degrees!
I used to love love love Sass & Bide in my younger years. When they came out about 10 years ago, they were the “it” label for the fashionistas like Nicole Richie and Paris Hilton (eeks… not a good fashion icon I know), and after a few years I felt like they had left their designs slip a little into the more mainstream and a bit tacky. When I found out I nabbed myself some tickets to the show on the opening night of London Fashion Week, I was still pretty excited to see the Sydney duo!
I was thoroughly blown away by the beautiful tailoring, beading and detailing and a monochrome and neon colour palette that made this Aussie label stand on par with the London designers. It was a much more refined, grown up but still young collection.
The Sydney duo still do bring in the fashionistas with the front row including Pixie Geldoff and Poppy Delevigne and on the runway London “it” models Cara Delevigne and Jourdan Dunn.