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Seven fashion moments to know this week


It’s been another big week in the world of fashion! From New York Fashion Week kicking off – and serving us a healthy dose of street style – to coveting the eclectic style of Helena Bonham-Carter, we’ve had a lot to read through over the past five days. Yet, we know how easy it is for something truly exciting to slip through the cracks, and thus we are happy to bring you seven of the most exciting fashion moments from the week you may not be across. From silk capsules to crisp spring collections and deadstock finding a new life, these are the seven fashion moments to know this week.

Lucy Folk launches silk collection

Lucy Folk has launched a silk capsule, sitting within its latest collection, Flaura. Celebrating a utopian world overflowing with hidden vibrations, it is an ode to Mother Nature’s spectral palette. Adorn with an embroidered motif by Folk herself, each piece is hand-loomed by artisans in Kolkata, the home of the Sari industry. Each piece takes three days to complete, meaning not only are you wearing an opulent piece of clothing but also a feat of artistry. The collection is available exclusively from September 30 at Lucy Folk boutiques and online.

Jillian Boustred launches spring collection, Fresca

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Sydney designer Jillian Boustred has launched her latest collection, titled Fresca. Awash with colour, it features an array of darling midi-dresses in shades of green, pastel pink and blue alongside jumpsuits and shirting options. The collection is an homage to seasonless dressing and silhouettes, inherent to the Jillian Boustred brand, yet still employing playful colour combinations and motifs throughout. The collection is now available to shop online and instore at the brand’s Chippendale boutique.

Levi’s taps athleisure with new Gold Tab collection

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Legendary denim brand Levi’s is tapping into athleisure with its Spring/Summer collection, Gold Tab. A vintage-inspired collection with a northern California twist, it is an extension of the casual lifestyle of the brand, blending 1970s aesthetics with contemporary motif. The colour palette mixes earth tones and primary colours, evoking a throwback feel, and features basics including hoodies, t-shirts and sweats, alongside tank tops and leggings.

Saint Laurent launches Winter 22, #YSL46 by Anthony Vaccarello

Saint Laurent has launched its Winter 22 collection, shot by renowned photographer, Juergen Teller. The collection – titled #YSL46 by Anthony Vaccarello – stars models Awar and Freja in crisp black suits and dresses, set against the backdrop of the ocean. It is quintessential Vaccarello Saint Laurent at its best, showcasing the duality of French style with nods to the 1980s of which his work is so reminiscent.

Hagon Workroom launch Spring/Summer 23 collection

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Hagon Workroom has launched its Spring/Summer 23 collection, awash with vibrant colour and printing. A predominantly unisex collection, it features one-of-a-kind garments handmade in Elizabeth Bay, utilising preloved and rescued materials. This includes upholstery, curtains and deadstock fabric. Every piece has been made to be treasured and become a staple in wardrobes, and is now available online to shop.

Marle launches first denim collection

Beloved New Zealand brand Marle is branching off into denim for the first time. Made from 100 per cent Organic Cotton, the collection encompasses two flattering styles to be worn across the seasons, including a wide leg and straight leg fit. Founder, Juliet Sueter, says the collection is designed to become key wardrobe staples, and incorporating denim into the Marle rota is something the brand has wanted for some time now. The collection is now available to shop online and in store, including at David Jones in Australia.

Ruinart collaborates with Otis Hope Carey

Ruinart has collaborated with acclaimed Indigenous Australian artist Otis Hope Carey on a range of Second Skin eco-packaging. A series of five hand-painted, limited-edition artworks, each represents Carey’s exploration of his Gumbaynggirr clan totem. Three of Carey’s limited-edition artworks will be available for sale, with all proceeds donated to support Seed, Australia’s first Indigenous youth climate network. The collection is now available to shop online.

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