Farage has always endeavoured to push the boundaries of sartorial style and craftsmanship. 25 years later, Australia’s leading suiting brand has engineered the perfect balance between minimalism and sophistication, with help from Greg Natale on a new store design.
Designer Kit Willow is blazing a trail with KITX. Her second fashion label – which came into being in 2015 – has a powerful mandate to champion planet conscious fashion for future generations, without sacrificing style and quality.
No matter the product – be it architecture, furniture, or fashion – design has always been, and will always be, an intrinsic part of the human sense of identity. It is both how we stand together, and how we stand out.
Jade Sarita Arnott believes we should question the origins of our garments as rigorously as we question the origins of our food. Her label Arnsdorf is an awakening of creative endeavours and ethical entrepreneurship.
Farage, one of Australia’s most respected and celebrated fashion brands, celebrated their 20th anniversary at a stylish and intimate dinner held in the private dining room of Pendolino.
The “raw beauty, tough femininity and effortless cool” that weave together to fashion the DNA of Australian fashion label, Aje, have been translated into interior architecture by We Are Triibe for the label’s latest retail store in Claremont Quarter, Perth.
Australian design duo Song for the Mute weave the idea of breaking boundaries into each and every garment they craft and are lauded by the likes of Lupe Fiasco and Nick Wooster. Creating all their textiles by themselves, the pair are endlessly inspired by a passion for Japan and Paris.
The first major survey of Australian fashion will open at the National Gallery of Victoria from March 5 to July 31, presenting more than 120 works from over 90 designers and celebrating Australia’s unique voice in the fashion industry.