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Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul Gaultier

It was like spending New Years Eve on Sydney’s Oxford Street, as drag queens, celebrities, top models contestants, Jehovah Witnesses and confused looking businessmen crammed into the ground floor of the NGV or Studio 54 for one night only. Earlier in the morning at the media launch, Jean Paul Gaultier talked about his upbringing and … Continue reading

Mr. Big

Mr. Big

What would you do? It was in the winter of 2013 when a wealthy Chinese industrialist walked into the high-end jewellery store of Melbourne’s central business district and dropped over fifty thousand dollars on the finest Swiss watches, necklaces, earrings, pendants, chains and bracelets. At the time he was just another client Jennifer Chen thought … Continue reading

Spring Fashion

Spring Fashion

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Designer Runway One saw some of the most established names in the business sending their creations sashaying down the runway. Set to the throbbing, dramatic beats composed and arranged by The RAah Project and accompanied by an Orchestra, the music signposted the changing roster of designers. The theme of the night was … Continue reading

Fame & Fortune

Fame & Fortune

Each year Australian actors take the leap of faith by diving into the vacuous abyss of nepotism, a place called Hollywood. For some the dream of becoming a movie star is the jewel in the crown. They transport their life of show-reels and half written scripts into a networking lottery of face-lifts and nose jobs. … Continue reading

Jay Gatsby

Jay Gatsby

From frocks to fascinators to a bevy of Moulin Rouge-style dancers, Baz Luhr-Mania enveloped Melbourne’s newest shopping mall, Emporium, last night. The Great Gatsby director was given free rein, a blank canvas to explore new territories. Paying homage to Melbourne culture, the Australian Open, Dame Edna Everage and the spring racing carnival, Luhrmann didn’t hold back. From a … Continue reading