To mark the beginning of the Year of the Young Person and have a good time the return of The Scottish Wedding Show’, a ‘mini’ bride and groom walked hand-in-hand into Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow.
I’m excited to announce that I will sharing the best way to put together numerous full outfits for the spring racing carnival. I may also be joined by Cathy Carew, The Closet Minimalist, who will be talking about ‘discovering the look you’re keen on’. One explicit event has had our City buzzing with pleasure due to the impressive record of names that might be in attendance. Curious? Well, we have now the inside scoop on what to expect on the highly anticipated Brisbane Fashion Month Workshop.
Anna Sui is a dressmaker that we sometimes forget is an American designer due to the truth that her designs are so standard all throughout the world. She has boutiques in various totally different nations and her work is especially effectively-identified and well-preferred in Japan. However, regardless of this international appeal of her work, Anna Sui is very much an American designer. She was born in Michigan and has had a extremely fashionable boutique store in Los Angeles for more than ten years. In addition to clothes design, Anna Sui has dabbled in shoe design and a perfume assortment.
To rejoice the exhibition, there will even be a number of occasions for the type obsessed. The first affair is the Talk Suite on 25 November, with guest speakers together with Sophie Tedmanson, Vogue Australia Deputy Editor, Amanda Shadforth from Oracle Fox, Giuseppe Santamaria from Men in This Town along with the Exhibition Curator Nathalie Herschdorfer and Exhibition Manager Todd Brandow.
Fashion and art collide this Summer as Gold Coast City Gallery presents Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast. Fashion lovers will flock to the exhibition to admire a number of the most iconic photos from the past century of fashion as the writer of Vogue, Vanity Fair and Glamour opens up its photography archive to the general public. WLS volunteers and domestic violence survivors got here collectively for a ‘stronger than you already know’ photo session. Former WLS Queensland client, Hana Nataprawira, featured in the session and is proud to support the campaign.