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Activewear, but make it extra fancy: The new athleisure

Activewear, but make it extra fancy: The new athleisure

Luxury labels are leveraging the youth appeal of sportswear, only these clothes are more likely to be seen working hard in cafés and bars than the gym.

  • by Damien Woolnough

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Tom Ford’s husband, fashion journalist Richard Buckley dead at 72

Tom Ford’s husband, fashion journalist Richard Buckley dead at 72

The former editor of Vogue Hommes International passed away with Ford and their son by his side. Their love story, spanning 35 years, began with a chance encounter in an elevator.

  • by Christie D’Zurilla
The fashion era Deborah Hutton is welcoming back into her wardrobe

The fashion era Deborah Hutton is welcoming back into her wardrobe

“You couldn’t have big enough hair, or shoulder pads, or wear enough gold – it was hysterical.”

  • by Georgie Gordon
Old school Hollywood is the future of fashion at The Met Gala

Old school Hollywood is the future of fashion at The Met Gala

Politics failed to ignite the red carpet in a showcase of American fashion at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.

  • by Damien Woolnough
How to navigate the death of the classic work uniform

How to navigate the death of the classic work uniform

Start off by purchasing better quality clothes, but less of them, and orbit your wardrobe around a limited number of key pieces.

  • by Michael Harry
Let them pretend to eat cake: The Met Gala is back

Let them pretend to eat cake: The Met Gala is back

Following an 18-month absence the ultimate red carpet event returns to put the fun back into dressing up. Here’s everything you need to know.

  • by Damien Woolnough
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For your perfect picnic look, be inspired by the movies

For your perfect picnic look, be inspired by the movies

Mark your return to public life in the great outdoors with these hero pieces from Australian designers.

  • by Damien Woolnough
Why artist Gabrielle Penfold is living her childhood pyjama dreams

Why artist Gabrielle Penfold is living her childhood pyjama dreams

“I try to shop carefully and sustainably. When I buy something, I want it to be in my wardrobe for life.”

  • by Georgie Gordon
Dior’s secret weapon: the sister who fought the Nazis and inspired a perfume

Dior’s secret weapon: the sister who fought the Nazis and inspired a perfume

Catherine Dior went from a gilded youth to the horrors of war, but her unwavering loyalty is at the heart of a fashion empire.

  • by Justine Picardie
‘And then there’s the prizes’: Winning odds for well-dressed men

‘And then there’s the prizes’: Winning odds for well-dressed men

When it comes to competing for sartorial accolades in the Spring Carnival men are in the minority. But with a shift to digital entries, putting on your Sunday best may pay dividends.

  • by Damien Woolnough
What makes a fragrance stand the test of time

What makes a fragrance stand the test of time

It’s rare to be as culturally relevant today as you were in Paris in 1921. What’s behind Chanel N°5’s success? An emotive scent and canny marketing – a lot of it.

  • by Kellie Hush