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.
Be prepared for an evening filled with vintage glamour, breathless abandon and the world’s finest cabaret and acrobatic talent.
Fringe World season is upon us once again! Here are some of the Fringe shows we are looking forward to the most.
It was an absolute honour to interview Jay Laga’aia – a familiar face on Australian TV as well as numerous musicals. We discussed his thoughts on Peter Pan Goes Wrong, his previous work and what’s to come in the future.
Feminah is a darkly funny exploration of womanhood today, and a must-see of this year’s Fringe season.
Melbourne comedy duo Barney Pollock and Matt Young take you aboard an otherworldly train ride to Paradise, a colourful absurdist romp through the realm of desire and validation. We chat with them ahead of their upcoming show at Fringe World, showing from 12th - 16th of February 2019.
It would be an understatement to say that Blueberry Play makes you feel.
We chatted to Backyard Theatre Collective to get all the details about their show, dance tastes, creative process and of course, snack choices.
In many ways, this was not a set you would likely be able to witness from anyone else.
With the surf, turf and an amazing handful of top-tier artists on the bill, The Drop Festival is back for a ripper 2019.