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Melbourne Gateway (Denton Corker Marshall) by Hsia Yu-Hsia, Si Theng Chiew and Xu Zhang.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 9 Nov 2017

Roy Grounds’s public toilet, DCM’s ‘cheese stick’ hit the runway

Melbourne’s iconic infrastructure projects have been recreated in a series of wearable objects by Monash Art Design and Architecture students.

High Risk Dressing on parade at RMIT Design Hub
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 24 Feb 2017

High Risk Dressing on parade at RMIT Design Hub

Three Melbourne architecture firms design sets for an exhibition at RMIT Design Hub celebrating the legacy of a progressive collective that helped establish fashion as an area of artistic expression.

Theatrical lighting shines down on the gowns, making them pop in the dark space.
Review | Linda Cheng | 10 Jan 2017

Maticevski: Dark Wonderland

Showing at Bendigo Art Gallery, an exhibition designed by Wonder presents Australian fashion designer Toni Maticevski’s wonderland of experimentation, colour, creativity and beauty.

Fitzroy Sheetmetal Factory (Kerstin Thompson) by Daniela Tinios and Emma Berton.
News | Linda Cheng | 2 Nov 2016

House couture: Wearing the Private City

Melbourne’s iconic residential architecture have been reinterpreted in wearable form by students from Monash University Art Design and Architecture.

NGV Great Hall (Roy Grounds/ Ceiling: Leonard French) by Ken Wu and Isabella Alvarado.
News | Linda Cheng | 9 Nov 2015

Catwalk architecture: Wearing the City 2015

Monash University architecture and fine art students reinterpret iconic Melbourne interiors as wearable architecture.

The arch and screen motifs are clearly visible from the street.
Projects | Marcus Baumgart | 26 Oct 2012

Oscar & Wild

A cultural link makes the fashion statement at a Melbourne boutique by Matt Gibson Architecture and Design.

Artichoke Night School No. 7 at the Space showroom, Melbourne.
Review | 10 Oct 2012

Artichoke Night School No. 7: Fashion interiors

Jenny Mills, Grace Mcquilten and Mark Simpson on fashion interiors and the future of retail design.

Amy Taylor with Alice Sutton: Exhibiting a Fashion System for Tomorrow.
Exhibition | 21 Jul 2012

Fashionably early

An exhibition by graduates and students of six design schools considers the future of Australian fashion.

Dutch designers i29 get creative with cabinetry in a clever apartment renovation in Amsterdam.(pg 92).
Archive | Zara Tempest Coleman | 7 Feb 2012

Urbis issue 66 out now

The latest issue (special Art issue) features the hottest news in design, style, architecture, fashion, travel and more.

Martha McDonald, The Weeping Dress (detail), 2010.
Review | Cassie Hansen | 31 Aug 2011

L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival 2011

The 2011 festival invited the wider community to experience fashion and design through exhibitions, films and installations.

The Glazy Days of Sun Rays by Narelle Dore.
People | Penny Craswell | 2 Mar 2011

Belgium: Narelle Dore in Antwerp

Australian fashion designer Narelle Dore lives in Antwerp, Belgium.

The fitout combined preloved objects with fashion from Queensland’s local talent to create a homely and eclectic space.
Projects | Margie Fraser | 1 Dec 2010

The Fleet Store

Emerging fashion gets a leg up at the Fleet Store, a temporary pop-up shop in Brisbane’s Wintergarden.