Archive for Category: "Fashion"
Australian retailers must create a unique point of difference within their companies to keep customer loyalty and appear on top of the competitive retail chain. CORALIE REDDEN reports.
High heels are much-loved by women the world over, but are we sacrificing our health (and our dignity) for those to-die-for stilettos? MELISSA KEOGH reports.
This winter thousands of Australians will miss out on health and dental care, education, employment opportunities and food simply because they can’t afford it, but one organisation is helping to break this trend. ELEISA HANCOCK reports.
As the world slips into slacks and furrows into fur, the rise of a new culture threatens to dethrone the Gatsby empire. Initially used to describe the fashion and vehicles of those who built custom cars in the 50s, Kustom Kulture is today synonymous with rods and rock ‘n’ roll. SILVIA JOSIPOVIC reports.
Eighty five per cent of students at the University of South Australia’s Magill Campus think models in the fashion industry are too thin – but Vogue magazines around the world are taking steps to promote use of healthier models. IONA MACLEAN reports.
Back to basics, preaches the fashion bible for Autumn/Winter 2013. Leather, denim and monochromatic colours are going to be the hottest trends this winter, writes IONA MACLEAN.
Lauded as Tinseltown’s most fashionable night of the year, the Met Gala kicked off in New York City on Tuesday – with mixed results, BIANCA DE CANDIA writes.
Sydney has just wrapped up the latest Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) to showcase the Autumn/Winter 2013 collections by our home-grown designers. CORALIE REDDEN reports.
The Salvation Army are spending $5000 per store annually in South Australia trying to combat people dumping household waste and other items unsuitable for donation. AMY STEVENSON reports.
Having the perfect designer dog is the latest trend in Australia, but have we gone too far?
It started out in Hollywood with Paris Hilton unveiling her tiny Chihuahua, Tinkerbell, back in the early 2000s, and other celebrities soon followed the trend. KRISTINA TADDEO reports.