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LIMB the label can finally launch themselves, after recently reaching their Pozible Campaign goal of $10k, a much-needed cash injection for any emerging label.

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Unique prints, strong lines and sophisticated silhouettes; these are the defining features of Melbourne based label, TimiAlaere.

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Make space in your schedule on Friday 28th August for Vogue Fashion’s Night Out.

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The US Congress recently enforced a bill creatively titled, ‘Team USA Made In America Act’, regulating the necessity for all US uniforms to be manufactured onshore in the US.

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Lois Hazel is a womenswear and accessories designer based in Melbourne. Her designs are detailed, precise and mindful of the need to be unique without sacrificing simple elegance.

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Megan Greenwood is stunning; the type of old world beauty that surpasses the need for make-up or elaborate facades, with a smile that lights up the room.

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It is very rare that an emerging label surprises me. There are hundreds that I love, admire and respect, but few that launch a debut collection that actually surprises me.

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Stefania Zanon is the creative mastermind behind Melbourne based label, ZANON.

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We’ve uncovered yet another hidden Melbourne gem- Shio. Designed and made locally in Melbourne, the label recently released their Autumn/Winter 2015 collection as part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program

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It takes a grand leap of faith to pursue a career in the fashion industry. Besides being an incredibly difficult industry to break into, it is even more of an achievement to succeed thereafter.

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Lois Hazel’s latest collection ‘Frayed’ was recently launched at an offsite runway as part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival.

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Unique prints, Tortoiseshell glasses, voluminous skirts and lashings of red lipstick; these are just a few of the many things I love about vintage fashion.

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Having arrived early to beat the crowds, I set myself up in the perfect position to watch Imprinting Wild – a Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program fashion show featuring designers who utilise bio-mimicry.

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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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In a world of throwaway fashion and fleeting trends, it is rare to see a start-up label that is deliberate and conscientious about its growth.ad Of The Trend: Liar And A Thief Fight For Ethical Fashion appeared first on The Fashion Advocate.

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Natanja Hoskin is one of my favourite designers. She is talented, unique, an amazing person to work with and she possesses a kind of creativity that can’t be described.

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