Fashion has always had a place in art history, as the Art Gallery of South Australia’s exhibition Fashion Icons majestically showcases.
If you’re heading to Adelaide’s biggest Melbourne Cup party, at Morphetville Racecourse on Tuesday, November 4, you better come dressed in your spring racing best.
Local jewellery wizard Naomi Murrell has been working on an extended range for her self-titled label and will soon be opening her very own shop.
The new Bachelor of Creative Arts – recently introduced in partnership between TAFE SA and Flinders University – presents exciting new higher education opportunities for SA’s dancers, artists and fashion…
Fashion designer Alice Rawlinson talks art, nature and her collaboration with the South Australian Museum for the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize.
Adelaide fashion label Cameo has welcomed new head designer Siham Elmawey to the much-loved local brand.
Sue and Gemma Boyd, the mother and daughter duo behind ex-Rundle Street store Clothes Line Saga, are out of the basement and back with a new project – Woolio Knits.
It’s easy to throw around terms such as ‘sustainable’ and ‘eco fashion’, but do you know where your t-shirt is from and who made it?
A new co-op space in the West End is home to Copley & Watson, a specialist men’s store offering fine footwear and accessories.
local artist and designer Julie White returns to Adelaide with new collection Alter Native for her eponymous clothing label and a refreshed view of the Adelaide fashion industry.
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