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.
I was bright eyed and bushy-tailed heading into my first day at Josh Goot in Armadale in January. By February, I was left trawling the World Wide Web in search of answers after his administration like I was stalking an ex-boyfriend I’d just broken up with.
The ‘classic casual’ is a look that I’ve perfected: fit for unplanned catch-ups, accidental bump-in to's and everything in-between, a carefully considered ‘I woke up like this’ outfit should be kept at the front of every wardrobe.
After recently moving from Queensland to Melbourne, I’ve been faced with a major shoe change. North of the border, thongs, flip-flops and slides are a part of everyday life and are an acceptable shoe choice for most casual occasions. South of the border in Melbourne, not so much.
The Victoria & Albert Museum has played host to numerous spectacular fashion exhibitions, and as much as I have enjoyed these specialty displays in the past, my favourite part of the museum’s Fashion Room has always been, and always will be, it’s permanent tribute to fashion throughout the ages.
Summer in the city is always hard: it’s dusty, it’s hot and frankly, a bikini and cut-offs just doesn’t cut it in the CBD. Dressing for summer can be difficult for a number of reasons, but I have some fool proof ways to look sensationally summery even surrounded by concrete.
Jean Paul Gaultier has embodied many things throughout his high-fashion life: fantasy, innovation, controversy and now, symbolism – of an industry whose modern day fast fashion pressures have become all too much.