South Australian fashion designer named Young Australian of the Year

His home-grown creations have ruffled feathers across the globe, and now Adelaide’s Paul Vasileff has been honoured as Young Australian of the Year. The 26-year-old received the award at a ceremony in Parliament House’s Great Hall on Wednesday night. The fashion designer made history in 2016 – becoming the first South Australian to show a … Read more South Australian fashion designer named Young Australian of the Year

Australia Day 2017: Adelaide fashion designer Paul Vasileff named Young Australian of the Year

GLOBAL fashion brand Paolo Sebastian’s creator Paul Vasileff hopes being named Young Australian of the Year inspires other youth to take on the world. Receiving the award in Canberra on Wednesday night, the 26-year-old largely self-taught designer, who at 17 started his couture label in Adelaide 10 years ago, described it as a “great honour”. … Read more Australia Day 2017: Adelaide fashion designer Paul Vasileff named Young Australian of the Year

House of Dior: Fashion house’s Australian connection on display in upcoming NGV exhibition

More than 140 couture garments will go on display from the gallery’s own collection, the designer’s archives in Paris and international galleries including New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. The NGV approached the House of Dior three years ago about staging the exhibition to feature outfits from Christian Dior’s first 1947 Spring collection through to … Read more House of Dior: Fashion house’s Australian connection on display in upcoming NGV exhibition

Bree Warren: Australian model sparks plus-length debate over what is ordinary

girls everywhere are asking, how is Bree Warren categorised as a plus-length model, and what does that suggest for the relaxation people? “i’m able to’t trust this is taken into consideration ‘plus length’. What is wrong with society?” asks one girl. “that is plus size? Um, how? I should be a whale then,” every other … Read more Bree Warren: Australian model sparks plus-length debate over what is ordinary