VAMFF 2018 Christian Kimber AW18 Menswear Street Style

What I appreciate most about capturing street style at Christian Kimber presentations, is the diverse range of refreshingly modern take on Australian men’s style. Most of the guests that show up seem to have a very laid back and minimalistic approach to styling where comfort and high quality craftsmanship is a priority. Today was no different; and here are the highlights shot outside Bang and Olufsen venue on 33 Russell Street. Can you spot any of Christian Kimber footwear and accessories?



VAMFF 2018 Street Style Highlights

Fashion week won’t be the same if I stayed back of house, so thanks to everyone who voted for “MORE STREET STYLE” on my Instastories.

So there you have it, I’ve heard you loud and clear. In no particular order here are my favourite street style moments balancing between the gorgeous afternoon light and outfits. Hope you like them as much as I loved snapping them. 

Much love to you guys xx



VAMFF 2018 ELLE Australia runway

The 2018 ELLE Australia runway on day 2 at Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival was a beautiful spectacle of pastel sheers, pattern on pattern suits, puffy and one armed sleeves, well tailored denim dresses; and my absolute favourite look was the oversized deep fuschia pink coat with light grey wide-legged pants by Anna Quan. Who would have thought of that colour combination!

The line up for this runway were Acler, Anna Quan, Arnsdorf, BY JOHNNY., C/MEO Collective, Hansel and Gretel and Morrison; and earrings by KITTE.



Melbourne Cup 2017 Street Style Highlights


Hey guys…sadly Melbourne Cup Day will be my last day at the races, thanks again for all the snaps, hugs and kisses and I’ll see you again next year! Enjoy the highlights xx

Special thanks to SHEIKE for my jumpsuit and earrings, to EVHPR and TINKPR for your hospitality.
My photos were taken by the brilliant Caroline Khoo of Nectar and Stone, and Hugh Stewart.

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Derby Day 2017 Street Style Highlights

Spring Racing Carnival 2017 is going to be different without my sidekick and fashion blogger, Jess Dempsey of What Would Karl Do. She’s about to have her third baby anytime now and I couldn’t be more excited for her! As you know, I’ve been shooting all the race style moments for Jess’s fashion blog for the past four years, so if you ask me it does feels odd that I can relax, shoot for myself and spend time catching up with everyone inside the Lexus design pavilion.

The Lexus design pavilion this year was inspired by Kiriko cut glass ornamentation, and hand-pleated door trim of the new LS Hybrid 2018 model. Upstairs, you are invited to an culinary experience of Ben Shewry of Attica to sample a three-course tasting menu, a sushi bar dishing up endless slices of sashimi, dessert bar by Caroline Khoo of Nectar and Stone, for the second year running The Daily Edited were personalising wallets, and Hugh Stewart shooting guest portraits.

Well it goes without saying, a stunning venue wouldn’t be complete without the presence of fashionable race-goers, such as Elyse Taylor, Victoria Secret’s model, Kate Waterhouse, Zara Wong of Vogue Australia, Montarna McDonald of The Audience Agency, and Emma Freedman to name a few. And when I finally ventured outside to enjoy the fresh but icy cold weather, I was pretty stoked to spot and snap up a few of my favourite Derby Day looks being Viktoria Novak wearing a black Gucci dress and her own headpiece which was a long velvet bow with pearls, Virginia and Jordan Muir wearing head to toe in Christian Dior, Jennifer Hawkins in Jonathan Simkhai and hat by Ann Shoebridge. So you be the judge, which Derby Day outfit is your favourite? 

Photography by KAREN WOO
My penguin black leather and patent shoes are BARED FOOTWEAR. Thanks for keeping my feet good looking and comfortable! You too can own a pair here.

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