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Online Fashion: Shop Til You Drop

True Fashioholics will be familiar with the magazine Shop Til You Drop. Now they have a FAB online store/blog/e-zine which is well worth a look. The Shop Til You Drop E-Boutique has some yummy new dresses for spring/summer, as well as some great accessories for that ever delightful spark of colour. Check out the Down Home Dress from Friends of Couture. It features an embroidered braided hem, waist tie, stand collar and deep V neck which makes it an instant classic. Perfect with sandals and casual springtime outings.

Dress by Friends of Couture on Shop Til You Drop

Another cutie is the Finding Truth dress from Jorge. It features a tiered skirt and light rose colouring which gives it an edgy yet relaxed look. Pair this with black heels and matching cuff or bangles.

Jorge Finding Truth Dress

And just because I prefer things in “threes” I thought I’d add this whimsical Zoda bracelet that features bright springtime colours full of fun and joie de vivre. It features an assortment of orange, red and turquoise beads which also include parrots, cockatoos and rosellas that swing from twisted silver rings. Gorgeous!

Zoda Bracelet from Shop Til You Drop

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Don’t you just HEART this image? Love it. Want it. Need it. LOVE + PEACE to all!

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What’s Not Too Love About Karim Rashid?

What’s not to love about NY based designer extraordinaire Karim Rashid? Check out these sample projects: a sound absoorbtion panel (in HOT pink – me like!): a very funky restaurant fit-out (can’t say our local restaurants look like this!) ; and a home interior space (very sci-fi- when can I move in?). I’ve always been a big fan of Karim’s after I first stumbled upon his work when I worked for MONUMENT magazine around 15 years ago. His repertoire includes design for furniture, products, interior spaces, packaging, art, fashion and such. What a multi-tasker! ANd how about his art work below. Retro with a futuristic edge. Love the colours.

Karim Rashid: Sound Absobrtion Panel

Switch Restaurant by Karim Rashid

Interiors by Karim Rashid

Art Work by Karim Rashid

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Miss Moss Fashion: LifeInstyle Update

Isn’t this divine?! It’s the graphic template that I’ll be using to advertise Miss Moss Fashion at the up-and-coming LifeInstyle August 2010. It’s designed with the considerable skill of Anna Foster-Percy of kids wear brand annaandsally We’re currently in the throes of designing our stand (Stand 218, Hall 2) which is exciting. But, 3×3 metres doesn’t give you much to play with, I have to admit….

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Coastal Collective: Press Release

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE: SOUTH-COAST BASED FASHION LABELS ANNA & SALLY and MISS MOSS ARE SET TO APPEAR AT THE PRESTIGIOUS LIFEINSTYLE TRADE EVENT, MELBOURNE 10-13 AUGUST 2010.

Two South Coast based fashion labels, Anna & Sally and Miss Moss, have banded together to kick start Coastal Collective, an online creative co-operative that supports and promotes artists, designers and such based on the South Coast of NSW. A recent coup for Coastal Collective is an invitation to exhibit at Melbourne’s prestigious LifeInstyle Trade Fair, Flemington Racecourse Grandstand, 10-13 August, 2010.

The two brands will appear side by side at this event that is widely hailed as Australia’s top fashion and homewares trade event. LifeInstyle is held in Sydney and Melbourne every year, with 12,000 and 35,000 attendees, respectively, from around the country and abroad.

According to Siobhan O’Brien creative director and founder of Miss Moss, “It’s very exciting to be involved with an event of this scale. The next step for Miss Moss is to take it from the local area into an arena that offers wider exposure. Such an opportunity is possible with LifeInstyle. When we received the call that Coastal Collective was accepted, we were elated.” (more…)

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MISS MOSS Website Housekeeping

MISS MOSS DANTE RING ONYX

I’ve done my website housekeeping for the week – you know, the usual stuff: revamped photos, updated info, ran the spellchecker, added a widget (Add/Share This) or two. I hope it works! In the meantime, I really should get back to my other work…tisk! tisk! But I was just starting to have fun!

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Fashion Exposed Sydney 2010!

Glamour shoes by Bris-vegas based Nat-Sui


So, I’m off to Fashion Exposed on the weekend. So what is Fashion Exposed? It’s a trade fair, based in Sydney twice a year, that features 100s of designer labels, while it also provides a look at new season’s trends. This event also encompasses the
Bags & Accessories Fair and the Australian Shoe Fair. The plan is to check it out; do a bit of research; have a glass of champagne. Love these shoes, pictured above, by Brisbane based Nat Sui.

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The Queen of Fashion: A Biography told through the Wardrobe

The Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette wore to the Revloution

The Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette wore to the Revolution, by Caroline Weber


Not all books make you want to read them twice. Ever since I finished reading this book, Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette Wore to the Revolution by Caroline Weber, I’ve been dreaming about reading it again. This superb/romantic/whimsical book, that was voted by the Washington Post as the Best Book of the Year, is sumptuous, evocative and informative. It charts the journey of a fouteen-year-old Marie Antoinette who crossed in a carriage from Austria into France, where she was stripped naked before an entourage, and dressed in French attire to please the court of her new king (a lovely way to meet your new neighbours, me thinks!!). For a short while, the young Marie Antoinette played the part; but by the time she took the throne, everything changed. In this book, the author recounts the radical restyling that transformed the young queen into an icon and shaped the future of the nation. A truly wonderful and engaging read for anyone interested in history, but a MUST for anyone who harbours a passion for fashion – such as moi! I first stumbled upon this book around a year ago. I was driving. Caroline Weber was chatting about her endeavour with an interviewer on ABC Radio National. It was an in-depth narrative about those enormous pouf hairstyles, for which Marie Antoinette became infamous; and the lengths to which the extravagant monarchy would go to out-do each other in the fashion stakes. According to Weber, these extraordinary boufant wigs even featured landscaped scenes complete with working windmills and minute farmyard scenes! I hate to think how these ladies’ necks suffered for their art – amazing but so, so OUCHIEEE..!

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Miss Moss: Dreaming of Winter Collection 2010

It’s summer here in OZ, but I am dreaming of my winter collection already! There’s a theme going on in my mind: charcoal, chocolate with inspired insertions of colour, texture and drama. I’m due to pick up the most STUNNING fabric tomorrow – soft, charcoal wool with black beaded embroidery that dances around the hemline. The plan is for a go-everywhere/look-stunning-without-much-effort coat that is straight and long-ish (to the knees is ample). Then there’s another inspired bolt of fabric, a basic ruffle-upon-ruffle affair, that I intend to get made up into a long (mid-calf) sleeveless, cross-seasonal vest. I also have plans for tunics that require nothing else except lots of layers – leggings and such (these are made from a textured NZ fabric); a selection of comfy pants and matching cami’s; and an array of other jackets that are still on the drawing board. Now, where’s the snow?

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What started as an exclusively wholesale + online fashion venture has spread its wings to include a flagship store in the delightful South Coast town of Milton, NSW.

We design + manufactures contemporary jewellery, accessories + garments with a commitment to sustainability. We use natural fibres, trade ethically + recycle where possible.

In addition to our own items, we increasingly represent the work of others who share this vision. Love the love. MM x

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