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Fabled and True Wins Capulet Bar’s Fashion Fridays 2013 Final

fashion fridays winner jayne from fabled and true

And the winner is… Fabled and True! After 4 huge heats Fabled and True were voted the winner of Capulet Bar’s Fashion Fridays by a team of judges and the fashion savvy audience.

Using beautiful vintage fabrics and lace, these unique dresses (pictured below) are produced sustainably in Brisbane by the lovely and talented Jaye Wolfe (pictured above centre).

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Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf’s at BIFF 2013

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The 2013 Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) has started and there is such an amazing array of international films on offer that I spent several hours reading the program and debating with my sister about which films we are going to see. One of the films that would interest any fashionista is an American film by director Matthew Miele called ‘Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf’s‘.

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Hunting For George

hunting for george sisters

BNE Style spoke to Lucy Glade-Wright, one of the co-founders of Melbourne based online store, Hunting For George about how she and her sister (Jo Harris) started their store and what keeps these talented ladies inspired.

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Bohemian Garden – Sneak Peek

ashleigh from the blonde silhouette and jemma in our bohemian themed shoot in brisbane

Sneak peek of a bohemian themed shoot I did in collaboration with Ashleigh from The Blonde Silhouette (who styled the shoot and also modelled). I am privileged to have met so many talented people since I started my photography journey! More gorgeous bohemian photos of these lovely ladies playing in the sunkissed afternoon coming soon. Playsuits from Vigari Fashion.

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Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Brisbane – Emerging Fashion Designers Group Show

Erin Hassall Designs brisbane designer

Having a photographer’s pass to the Emerging Designers Group Show was such a pleasure, seeing the future stars of the fashion industry on the runway, showcasing their fresh ideas, was exciting. Being  in the photographer’s pit I had an amazing view of the circular runway.

The designer’s collections included lots of bright colours (such as Erin Hassall Designs who showcased her beautiful flowing kaftans pictured above) and fun accessories (especially from Molly and Polly who’s models had surfboards and snorkelling gear).

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Date With The Sun

Local Heroes Local Celebrity Tee and J Crew Jeans Brisbane fashion photography

My latest blogger collaboration is with the gorgeous Aicha from The Fashion Heist. Aicha has an edgy but relaxed approach to fashion with her blog’s tag line being ‘not too serious, it’s just dress ups’! Our shoot was so much fun that I can’t wait to work with this lovely lady again soon!

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Guest Post: Transitioning your Winter Wardrobe

Hi readers, Ashleigh here from The Blonde Silhouette excited to be sharing some styling tips for our beautiful Brisbane weather!

It’s official, we are half way through the last month of winter! With the return of spring quickly approaching it’s important to get the most out of those wintery seasonal pieces and transition them into a spring must-have! So that gorgeous leather jacket you bought this year, it’s not just a winter accessory but also a fashion investment, a piece that will drive your style throughout another season.

Open those Pinterest tabs fashionistas and take note, as I am about to demonstrate your personal guide to restyling a winter piece into your spring look book.

In the winter…

Winter Lux Leather
Skin and Threads panel jumper, Jacki Anderson bag, AM Eyewear sunglasses,
Nobody skinny jeans, West 14th leather jacket, Alexandra Blak cuff, Habbot shoes.

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Finders Keepers Market – Design, Art and Fashion – Supporting Independent Designers

stylish couple at finders keepers market

There were many gorgeous, smiling people at one of my favourite events last weekend, The Finders Keepers market, which took place at the beautiful Old Museum. The markets promote independent designers and artists and it’s great to see so many talented people in one place. Many of the stall holders are selling handmade goods or, if they don’t make their product from scratch, they are able to tell you each step of the process because they believe in sustainability and not having their goods mass produced.

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