The latest fashion news on designers, trends and the catwalk
This week beganÂ the official launch and countdown to QLDâ€™s 2016 Ekka, and luckily, TCI got the dates and information for two of the most important fashion events that youâ€™ll be wanting to note down in your calendar!
Splendour In The Grass, a time where limits cease to exist and trends are merely for the weak-hearted. Itâ€™s time to bring your own flare to the field, whether its lace, fringe or bright pink lycra…Â
Step into every broke girlâ€™s fantasy with the Boudoir Bazar Fashion Markets,Â where thereâ€™s no shortage of second hand Zimmerman silks or Mimico accessories. This market is one of many adding much-needed colour and luxury to the Brisbane fashion scene.
In life we are told to put our heart and soul into what we love, and in many cases this can also mean what we wear.Â This week TCI sat down with Kait Brown, the CEO of jewellery brand,Â Barefoot and Blonde, to talk about the importance of personality, story and soul in the fashion world.
Is there anything more fabulous than racing season?
Young Summer is one of the many events that is changing the Brisbaneâ€™s fashion scene from mainstream to underground.
â€œI wasnâ€™t putting any consideration into the clothes I was buying, or asking any questions about where they were made or the impact they might have. I was ignoring a lot of questions, because I knew I couldnâ€™t get the answer â€“ I was just like, â€˜oh nobody knows, it is a mystery,â€™â€ says Leah Musch, writer and host of web series The Unmaterial Girl. Â
TCI investigates why the end of this era highlights an important question that all artists have to keep in mind â€œIs it sustainable?â€
With Premier and Arts Minister Hon. Annastacia Palaszczuk announcing that the State Budget for 2015-2016 will deliver …
Maker and Merchant is a Brisbane-based trio of sisters who draw, print, design and sew homewares -Â and more recently, clothing. The Creative Issue spoke to Imelda Ryan about their interest in local production and the lovely goods they make.
The Creative Issue sits down with Zara Duffy – designer, businesswoman, and all-around cool gal behind Brisbane-based online fashion boutique Aster + Lilou.
â€œIâ€™m a bit addicted to the idea that you have the infinite capacity to make things, its just about finding the time to do it,â€ says Rachel Burke, Brisbane-based artist and designer at i make. you wear it. â€œWhen I work, itâ€™s unplanned and all at once- I might be like, â€˜today I feel like making a crystal-covered shoe.â€™â€