A chic runway show last night at Fashion Paramount down on the Terrace lived up to Flannel’s philosophy of ‘Live, Work and Play!’ A family business established for the carefree luxe traveller curated a mix of fresh strong lines and floral designs. The Olivia collection presented last night hosted an array of local modeling talent in a simple runway design with candlelit lanterns and flowers dispersed around the catwalk.
The collection was soft, unpretentious and incidentally stunning with apparent personalized fabrics for that freewheeling bohemian look. Some “crowd” favourites included the silk bloomers, blouses and ruffled dresses. The 70’s lovechild theme continued from dreamy daywear, to long relaxed evening maxis and a small selection of delicate accessories. Personally, the first half of the menswear was a little disappointing featuring checked shirts, blazers and stock standard coloured denim. However the women’s wear stood out with warm raspberry colours and hand embroidered silk fabrics, perfect for the upcoming season.
Overall, the brand seems to be expanding exponentially with plans to move their brand over to the US. The vibe at Fashion Paramount proved to be enthusiastic but collected.
After a completely sold-out Saturday show, Cosmo’s Midnight were back at it at Slim's for round two.
After taking the internet by the reigns with his hit single ‘This is America’, Childish Gambino has hit back with his Summer Pack releases, which make you want to grab your towel and hit the beach with a drink in hand.
It’s a The Rock movie.
The annual Scandinavian Film Fest is back in a big way with this wonderful Norwegian/Pakistani tale.
By the end of the night was a packed room of mellow youths, slow grinding to the calming tunes Matthew Young had yet to share in upcoming releases (along with ones that he had released).
An incredible debut feature that heralds a genuine talent, BUGS follows a group of teenagers at high school as they plan their weekend and jostle for position in the complex hierarchy of teenage social networks.
An anti-action action film.
Before “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”, there was “In Bruges”.
Many of us fall into a pattern of hibernating into our own little insular living room worlds throughout Wintertime. But who could stay in when the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra is hosting a 35th Birthday Bash?
An interview with Greg Sestero, of The Room, The Disaster Artist, and now, Best F(r)iends, fame.