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THE LATEST — Millinery

MOGA Founder and Creative Director, Azahn Munas, has designed the scarf to represent much more than the modern Christmas we’ve all come to know that over-emphasises spending and gift-giving.

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MOGA unabashedly supports marriage equality in Australia, as does The Fashion Advocate, and their adoration for the LGBTIQ community is strong.

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Carle Rutledge's Instagram feed is for the style-conscious follower, populated by pretty dresses, statement clutches and beautiful millinery pieces. 

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The collection is hand crafted, combining vibrant designs from Letitia Greens’ Australian made silk scarf collection, with floral features and exquisite details at the hand of milliner Carla Murley.

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The Siyona woman is a connoisseur of the exceptional. She is independent, confident and ambitious. She lives life to the full and exudes style, grace and attitude through her wardrobe as an expression of her personality.

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A highlight of the 2016 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week program, the ‘High Fashion, High Tea’ event presented the latest in contemporary headwear whilst wining and dining racing’s most notable.

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Millinery is a technical craft, one that requires an immense amount of patience, artistic vision and an understanding of textiles and fabrications.

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Fashion and food are two of life’s indulgences that cannot be ignored, and when Melbourne restaurant Prix Fixe recently hosted Designer Bites as part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program, it went straight to the top of our interest list.

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