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Pete Goodlet discovers a world of colour with the opening of Boom Shankar on Hastings Street. Boom is in the street! Hastings Street that is. On a sunny day in May, Boom Shankar came flying into the street, sprinkling rainbows in its wake. The new flagship

Slow Fashion ambassador Carlie Wacker explores a fashion treasure chest of coveted clothing labels on consignment at Noosa’s only preloved designer boutique - Ma Petite Boutique.  Slow Fashion is a revolution in the clothing industry that encourages us to make considered choices that are good for

Glenda Brownlow never intended to enter the fashion industry but now, more than 20 years after selling her first designs at the local markets, Mensroom Clothing and Accessories is the go-to for stylish, comfortable and affordable men’s fashion. Glenda’s first foray into the world of fashion

Our days are shorter, our evenings more crisp, the sun hangs seemingly lower in the sky. The heady days and excitement of summer abate, and we, as sentient beings, absorb subconsciously what Mother Nature is telling us - that it is time for quiet, for

Have you ever wondered how the great fashion designers and labels got started? John Caruso finds out what inspired Boom Shankar founder and designer Dui Cameron to take her designs from a humble market stall to a successful global business. It’s the 1990s and Dui mans

The hot, heady halcyon days of high summer are here. This season we channel the unforgettable feeling of first love, that unmistakable feeling of boundlessness and hope. We escape to a lush, secluded tropical paradise that will seduce and sharpen the senses, rendering all else mute.

When it comes to launching a fashion label, we rarely think about the work that has gone into the creation of the pieces. A fresh fashion event has been announced promising to delve deep into the design process. Many of you will already know fabulous fashionista

This season we think beyond (albeit pretty) florals and juxtapose the clean lines and crisp colours of classic Gallic style with the tactility and embellishment of bohemian luxe. Easy separates in simple shapes add structure and versatility. Dresses are fitted yet not constricting, enhancing the feminine

Think of your winter wardrobe as an art studio. This season we are tactile and textural teaming velvets with silks, wool with corduroy, feathers with cotton and lots of faux fur. Hues of blue and burnt orange are big. Get those creative juices flowing! Leopard Print
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