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Ideas for day-stop cruise passengers – how to capture the essence of Melbourne in just 12 hours.
The National Gallery of Victoria will present the never-before-seen exhibition The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture at NGV International in August 2017.
Designer Dimitria Papafotiou brings Grecian elegance to Melbourne’s doorstep with the launch of DIIDA’s first retail store.
In a world first, Bendigo Art Gallery will present Dark Wonderland, showcasing the much-celebrated twenty-year career of renowned Australian fashion designer Toni Maticevski.
Melbourne will welcome a new destination for luxury fashion and food, when St Collins Lane opens its doors in May 2016.
Australia’s largest and longest running consumer-facing fashion event, the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival is set to rock the socks off fashionistas all over town when it returns for its 20th incarnation.
Bendigo Art Gallery and Twentieth Century Fox present Marilyn Monroe, a world first exhibition launching in March 2016.
Whether styling a traditional black and white outfit for Derby Day, dressing to the nines for the Melbourne Cup, looking for something lady-like to celebrate Oaks Day, or something a little more casual for Stakes Day, Melbourne designers have something to suit all race days.
If style maketh the man, then Melbourne is the place for men to be made(over). The city is brimming with options for men to hone their grooming – from boutiques to […]
Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW, 28 August – 4 September), the season’s consumer-friendly fashion event, will show more than 50 designers to the runway, including some of Melbourne’s best talent, including: Livia […]
Melbourne is home to a hive of creative makers providing a more authentic retail experience where consumers can meet the maker or learn the narrative behind their product.
Melbourne is regarded as an international centre for contemporary jewellery and is home to one of the world’s most vibrant and diverse communities of contemporary jewellery makers, galleries and stores.
Although a rare art these days, a handful of shoemakers are keeping the traditional craft of shoemaking alive in Melbourne.
Move over Ikea, Melbourne makers are creating high quality items for the home that won’t be found anywhere else.
Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival will send Melbourne into a fashion frenzy this March. Visitors looking to style their own runway-inspired outfits should check out some of these must-shop destinations.
The Melbourne Cup Carnival is Australia’s largest sporting and social event attracting thousands of local and international visitors. Here are some of the best ways visitors can soak up the atmosphere and be part of the fun of the carnival.