Cool on the Catwalk

The 2008 Air New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland is followed by Australian Vogue who review the second day of the event at Trelise Cooper, Stolen Girlfriends and Deborah Sweeney shows. Cooper supplies “something for everyone with craftsmanship and commercial nouse” writes Damien Woolnough. “Sweeney’s tracksuit pant tights and wolf-print t-shirts are a simple and ultimately fun way to step back in time.” While “the new cool kids on the block, Stolen Girlfriends took Aucklanders back to the street again. Not for those with a fear of draughts (lots of rips) or tartan.” This is the fashion show’s eighth year.


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Darryl Moore Debuts at Chelsea with Pocket Park

Darryl Moore Debuts at Chelsea with Pocket Park

The Financial Times looks at how the century-old institution of the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show is “cultivating diversity, widening access and embracing contemporary themes”. The RHS’s focus is…