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.
The Perth leg of Boy & Bear’s Hold Your Nerve tour was one for the ages, being by far one of the most wholesome shows I’ve been to.
After touring Europe in June, Friday night saw Sydney-based singer/songwriter and self-proclaimed ‘bogan from the south of New South Wales’ Hein Cooper paying a visit to Mojo’s, one of North Fremantle’s cosiest bars.
The Wolves is a tightly scripted play which explores the lives of a high school girls soccer team through their weekly warmup sessions.
Set in the picturesque slopes of Hakuba, Japan, the brand new Snow Machine festival will bring with it four unforgettable days of music, culture and festivities.
In this quick Q&A, we discussed a range of topics including her new music, favourite artists, and much more.
Ahead of Book of Mormon coming to Perth this September, we sat down with lead actors, Blake Bowden and Nyk Bielak, to discuss faith, meeting Mormons and Australia’s imprint on the global culture scene…
The Winter Festival was inspired by the centuries-old pagan custom of wassailing, in which people would visit their local orchards and perform rituals to wake the trees from their wintery slumber.
For those thinking of heading along to any of Allday’s live shows on his Starry Night Over the Phone tour — you’ve got nothing to lose except your inhibitions, as you sway in time with the fine-tuned music.
Ahead of Allday’s show in Perth tonight, we spoke to the Australian artist to get his sentiments on all the buzz surrounding his new album. Read on to hear what he had to say!
Ever wondered what its like to live life on the edge? Then consider a stay at Woodpecker Bay Bach in the south island of NZ!