Reclaim autumn with these scorching fashion must haves.
Helen Cherry Hannah Dress (RRP $629)
Bronx and Banco Katia Dress (RRP $519) from Katerina Boutique
Third Form Bracket Dress (RRP $319) from Raw Nova
Georgia Alice Prison Skirt (RRP $429) from Infinite Definite
Trelise Cooper Cut The Crepe Dress (RRP $649)
Freya & Sabine Chant Ankle Boot (RRP $259) from Issimo
Kaibosh JuneBug Sunglasses (RRP $199) from Stencil
18ct Gold Diamond-set Snake Ring (RRP $1,990) from Westenra Jewellers
Dylan Kain The Birkin Belt (RRP $139) from Raw Nova
Saben Tilly Clutch (RRP $250) from Issimo
Hot looks to keep cool this summer.
Style Stalker Esquire Slip (RRP $220) from Raw Nova
Five Each Scoop Dress polka dot (RRP $69.99) from Stencil
Trelise Cooper Flora Ashley Dress (RRP $629)
Helen Cherry Lia Pantsuit (RRP $539) from Workshop
Mooi Lee clutch (RRP $219) from Issimo
NOM*d Apron Dress (RRP $335) from Plume
Martini Diamond Studs (RRP from $490) from Polished Diamonds
Karen Walker Helter Skelter Superstars Sunglasses (RRP $329) from Raw Nova
GX Gwen Stefani pumps (RRP $199.90) from Issimo
Sterling Silver Oxidised earrings (RRP $599) from Filigree Fine Jewels
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Paul Dean of Sergios provides some style tips for lads approaching their wedding day.
Tying the knot? There are no excuses for grooms not to be looking sharp on their big day. The good news for guys is it doesn’t need to be difficult. Suit, shirt, tie and done … well, we could put a little more effort in than that. Regardless of how often you're going to wear the suit, I'd recommend the groom purchasing a suit for his big day – you'll own a garment that fits you perfectly and you will look and feel so much better. At the end of the day a wedding is a big spend for most couples, so you might as well come out of it with your own suit – it beats buying one down the track for someone else’s wedding!
The groomsmen’s suits (generally hired) don’t have to match the groom's,...
Keep that calendar free at the end of April, style lovers, because The Colombo’s got big plans for Thursday, 30th April at 7pm with a dynamic night of food, fashion and design.
Every inch of the stylish urban retail precinct will be transformed to a fashionista’s paradise, fitted out to display installations from home & fashion designers showcasing what’s new, hot and exciting in their Autumn and Winter 2015 collections. The highlight of the evening will be a fashion show with a unique, creative flare, and lucky attendees will also get a sneak peek at some of the up-and-coming brands arriving into The Colombo Stage Two!
Cocktails and champagne will be served alongside food from favourite Colombo and local eateries including mini burgers, ice-creams, dumplings, sushi, and French pastries making it a sensational evening for the taste buds as well as the eyes. And the cream on top is that sweet...
Channelling effortless glam and essential wearability, we’re loving Dame Cooper’s vibrant colour palette and drop dead elegance. Epitomising floaty, sexy and fun - perfect for a spring fling or general heart breaking – here’s some of our fave early contenders. (Note that some items are yet to drop – so let the coveting commence!)
Phoebe 'Wish Chiffon a Star' top & Club Tropicana 'Pulitzer Strides' pant
Diamond Life 'Bows and Cons' dress
Leather Forget Me 'Poor Little Stitch Girl' Jacket & Wild Blossom 'Our Hips are Sealed' dress
Fizzy Pop 'Three Pleats to the Wind' dress
Heads up, lads! Cityscape's got some tips for staying stylish by the surf this summer. Squarecuts, yes; thigh pubes, no.
Manscaping 101Deforestation has its upsides.
Whether it’s in the boudoir or at the beach, there’s no excuse for thigh pubes, gorilla shoulders or a hair shirt – unless you’re a total Chewbacca AND you own it (and if so, props to you, Kong). The first rule of manscaping is put down the shaving cream and razor – trading your man fur for prickly, razor burnt skin and ingrown hairs is a total sucker punch. Get your hands on some clippers or a beard trimmer with an adjustable guard and start grafting. Rules to trim by Chest hair is back, so embrace it – de-shag the pile with a #2. Thigh pubes? #2. Tame underarm hairs with a #4. Tackling the tackle: yep, we’re going (down) there. If porn’s taught us anything...