10 things you need to know about Melbourne’s emo popstar, daine
Shaped by her local hardcore scene, this 17-year-old innovator is one to watch.
a new era for ladies of leisure focuses on irl community
Step inside a revamped LOL universe, including a new space and workshop series.
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meet morgan wright and his sentimental club music
On his debut EP 'Coburg' Morgan explores club music that's equal parts sweet and sad.
this year's melbourne art book fair symposium explores 'graphic fashion'
International and Australian speakers (including i-D) are coming together for a full day discussion on the intersection between fashion and graphic design.
this collaboration brings melbourne fashion and the kimberley's rural communities together
Design Within Country participants Lauren Cassar of Mirador and Kimberley artist Lee-Ann Williams tell us how women from a multitude of worlds can come together to create.
all the must-see horror films at the melbourne international film festival
Cults, revenge, and Gaspar Noe — here's our pick of the MIFF horror offering.
exploring the golden age of melbourne's 90s rave scene
'Techno Shuffle' traces the rave scene's evolution from tiny underground clubs to vast waterfront wonderlands.
meet the faces of this year's melbourne fashion week
Shot up high in the cityscape of Melbourne’s rooftops, we asked the faces of M/FW a couple of dreamy questions.
kllo talk worst outfits, alter egos, teamwork and touring
Get to know avant-pop angels Simon Lam and Chloe Kaul a little more intimately.
maroske peech, in conversation with gussy
In Melbourne on business, Sydney musician Gussy stops by the Maroske Peech studio to meet designers Elisa Keeler and Jordan Conder for a discussion of escapism, mistakes-on-purpose, and objects that beckon.
in hong kong, moncler gives a special shoutout to melbourne
The French-Italian label names Melbourne as one of the world's most 'symbolic' cities. We'll take it.
alex mcquire is interrogating conventional fashion tropes with raffia and taffeta
Meet the RMIT graduate navigating the absurd by experimenting with unexpected shapes, styles and fabrics.