MELBOURNE STREET STYLE AND FASHION

 STREET FASHION IN MOTION //THE DENIM EDIT

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STREET FASHION IN MOTION //THE DENIM EDIT

If there’s one trend that will never go out of fashion, it’s denim.

The most trans-seasonal of all trends, denim has long-since been a wardrobe staple.It’s a classic fabric that is able to stay fresh year after year, as designers continually offer fresh, new takes on the coveted fabric. New finishes, colors and washes, silhouettes and detailing are what keep this trend so fresh and so clean. MBFW’s streets were filled with denim donning babes. From double denim ensembles to stand alone pieces, accessories and even shoes, it seems that us Aussies simply can’t get our heads out of that denim daze. We’re loving the high-waisted wide-leg pant cut that’s currently circulating through the fashion crowd, not to mention the denim on denim layers, structured midi skirts, embellished and message embossed jackets, chambray shirts and coats galore – adding texture to our lives. It’s a little rock n’ roller and a lot of casual cool. Here’s some of our favourite denim looks from the week.

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Words: Jess Lennie. Videography: Muc Nguyen. 

GET ON YOUR BIKE AND RIDE

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If style is a concept based on how well things are put together from your hair to your nails and of course your clothes, then surely it should extend to other avenues in your life including your mode of transport.

Of course, one of the most stylish ways to travel would have to be the humble push bike; something that we all learnt to ride from a young age, a pushy is the perfectly polished way to get around Melbourne. Classically European and not just for hipsters, bikes are often spotted cruising into fashion weeks across the globe. Coming in all shapes, sizes and colours, from fixies to racers, vintage bikes and cruisers there is no doubt that it’s the ideal extension to any outfit.

Our current favourite would have to be the Papillionaire Mixte, a European classic pictured below. xx

For more Pappillionaire bikes click the images below. x

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Photography and words: Liz Sunshine. Model: Pascale Coade – 2015 – Style

 STREET FASHION IN MOTION// THE DENIM EDIT

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 STREET FASHION IN MOTION// THE DENIM EDIT

Sydney’s fashion week girls were out in full force this season, hitting the streets in a plethora of whimsical layers, eclectic textures, spectacular prints, and colour popping hues.

The Glamazons traveled in packs – lighting up the scene, while donning sky-high heels, 70’s style sunnies and big, bright smiles. Sauntering through the streets in style, with a cool breeze whipping through their hair and fabrics, MBFW’s ladies had it all going on. All eyes were on the metallic pinks, the burnt oranges, black lacey numbers, print rocking and sock popping styles, sneaky thigh-slit donning babes and how could we forget, the handsomely dressed men by their sides. With the likes of VOGUE’s Christine Centenera, Model, Bambi Northwood Blythe and Blogger, Margaret Zhang leading the pack, the rest of the fashion-week goers followed stylishly in suit. Sydney’s streets have never looked so bright and chic. Here’s a little glimpse into some of our favourite looks from the week. xx

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Words: Jess Lennie. Videography: Muc Nguyen

 NATALIE

Eveleigh, Sydney.

“Va va voom! This racey lacey black collared midi dress is such a vampy and glamorous look. Styled with black ankle boots, a little clutch and bold red lippy, she has the modern day seductress look down pat.”

STREET FASHION // PHOTOGRAPHER: RACHEL YABSLEY // 2015

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ELEANOR

Art Gallery NSW, Sydney.

“A blunt bob and a soft pastel palette is sure to impress the fashion senses. Here we love how Eleanor is wearing her jacket casually on one shoulder, and those classic nude Louboutin did not go unnoticed.”

STREET FASHION // PHOTOGRAPHER: RACHEL YABSLEY // 2015

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