Italian designer Nino Cerruti, who was a pioneer in men's ready-to-wear fashion, has died at age 91.
We’ve sorted through thousands of red carpet images to choose the top looks from Perth’s socialites in 2021. High-voltage colour & shimmering sequins were among the winners.
Emails between pop star Katy Perry and her manager revealed she referred to an Australian designer as a "dumb bitch" over their trademark name dispute.
Australian designer Katie Taylor, born Katie Perry, has been accused of absolutely lying in the Federal Court about the pop star's selling of clothes in 2009.
LVMH has announced star designer Virgil Abloh died on Sunday after battling cancer for several years. He was 41.
WA’s Jonte Designs and Atelier Eight will be representing Australian fashion on an international stage at the Miss Universe competition in Eilat, Israel next month.
As more consumers turn to environmentally friendly fashion, sunglasses brand SODA Shades has become the latest retailer to announce its commitment to become fully sustainable.
How fashion lover Denise Satterley became a champion of sustainable and second-hand style to push climate action and raise funds for charity.
This iconic Australian retailer desperately needs to bounce back from a series of setbacks as it approaches the most crucial trading period of the year.
A high-profile challenger is set to throw her hat into the ring for a career change far removed from her famous mother.
A popular retailer has come under fire for taking part in a Melbourne Fashion Week event as its workers strike over $1 an hour.
The first runway show at Melbourne Fashion Week has signalled the coming summer will likely be an al fresco one.
Country Road Group has denied union claims the retailer laid fresh manure to stop Melbourne warehouse workers from protesting about their pay.
The bubbly flowed as Melburnians gathered to celebrate Flemington trackside for the Cup. And the perfect weather didn’t disappoint.
The ambitious week-long photo shoot in WA’s Kimberley aimed to produce pictures that will draw international attention to Australian fashion but also to WA as a travel destination.
Halloween. Like anchovies and coriander, it’s not for everyone. But I do love a costume party.
A bidding war for the last of the famed rare pink and red diamonds from Rio Tinto’s now-shuttered Argyle mine in the Kimberley has smashed sales records for the precious stones.
The stunning Kimberley region is the backdrop to the new We Wear Australian campaign, promoting local fashion labels struggling during COVID and highlighting WA’s north as a tourist destination.
Dress codes are fascinating as an anthropological document. They represent a snapshot not just of what people are wearing but the anxieties of the time.
The once-maligned Beaufort Street precinct is emerging as Perth’s comeback queen, with vacancies tumbling amid more reasonable rents and fresh new offerings for shoppers and diners.
Liquidators have been called in by Perth Fashion Festival funder Tony Sage in a legal bid to hunt down directors of the failed Fashion Council WA.
WA’s only glossy magazine STM has officially ushered in a vibrant new era with a glitzy ceremony at the reborn Karrinyup Shopping Centre, unveiling a bumper first issue.
A surge in the number of Australians shopping locally has seen the Andrew and Nicola Forrest-owned bootmaker achieve record sales growth as they looks to grow the brand’s retail footprint.
Lockdown-free WA has seen shopper numbers surge at the new Karrinyup precinct, with the centre recording its highest rate of foot traffic.
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