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The teens making thousands thanks to TikTok

Young entrepreneurs are exploiting the video platform’s influence to sell clothes IRL.

  • Annachiara Biondi

This Month

The best dress to wear to the races isn’t a dress at all

Off to watch the horses? We have ideas that are stylish, flattering and a little more La Nina-proof.

  • Lauren Sams

Denim to the gym? P.E Nation and Ksubi join forces

It’s the thing that has been missing from our range, says activewear champion Pip Edwards of P.E Nation. Expect surprises.

  • Lauren Sams


It’s a $25k beauty program for the face. Can it possibly be worth it?

There’s only one way to find out whether this bespoke treatment works, so when I’m offered the chance to trial it, of course I say yes.

  • Lauren Sams

How to wear an oversized suit without looking like a slob

The look is definitely on trend. Here’s how to ensure the version you choose looks good on you.

  • Lauren Sams

A hat for the races? There’s a filter for that

Searching for the perfect adornment to your race day outfit? Melbourne milliner Felicity Northeast has a nifty fix.

  • Lauren Sams

Summer dresses for women who don’t want to bare arms

A flattering garment that protects your skin, works from beach to bar and is made in a natural fibre? Here are five fabulous options.

  • Lauren Sams

The Queen was the ultimate style icon

As the world mourns, we chart the strategy and influence of her wardrobe over the decades – and the legacy she is leaves for women in power everywhere.

  • Jessica Beresford

Gen Z tries on Xi’s Communist cadre look

Young men in China are posting pictures of themselves dressed similar to their strait-laced, middle-aged dads working in Communist Party offices.

  • Joy Dong

Why this 2018 dress is still a favourite with women around the world

Every era has that dress, the one that captures not only the imagination, but the prevailing mood of a moment.

  • Beatrice Hodgkin

The best sports bras on the market, from women who know

Torn at the seams over what to wear? Ripped to shreds wondering how to style your threads? Send your fashion questions to our new column, How to Wear It.

  • Lauren Sams


Mirror, mirror on the wall: the rise of #anti-beauty

New players are blasting the industry for misleading claims and for profiting from insecurity. But are they just repackaging more of the same?

  • Eugenie Kelly

How Instagram’s Eva Chen influences what you wear

As head of fashion at the social media giant, former magazine editor Eva Chen has a singular influence on what’s in style.

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  • Lauren Sams

From school drop-out to fashion’s top glamour gig. How did she do it?

Photographer Emma Summerton thought fashion was something you saw in the Myer catalogue. Now she’s the first Aussie to shoot the prestigious Pirelli calendar.

  • Hans van Leeuwen

‘Old-school sportsmanship’: how a retro game hooked this company owner

Hagon Workroom director Edwina Hagon reckons playing squash has honed her business acumen.

  • Lauren Sams

‘You need to look fabulous’: Carla Zampatti’s advice to women leaders

From parliamentary portraits to CEO appointments, a new exhibition charts the runaway success of this fashion icon.

  • Lauren Sams

As golf finds its cool, fashion brands get in on the game

Golf Australia says a further 210,000 people took up the sport last year. It’s a trend that’s pressuring private clubs everywhere to relax their dress codes.

  • Richard Allen

Australian fashion label rides e-commerce success wave

It was a case of right time, right strategy for style house Sir when it launched just as Instagram and online shopping aligned.

  • Eugenie Kelly

T-shirt etiquette for the buff and not so buff

There are tricks to wearing what’s essentially underwear as outerwear, particularly if you’re not quite the hunky young bloke you once were.

  • Stephen Clark

‘Everything is flying everywhere’: Chanel CEO on the boom in handbags

Key to the brand’s success is its ability to manage the fine line between exclusive and unavailable.

  • Lauren Sams