In the guise of fashion illustration Leo interrogates street culture and imagery and posts these drawings regularly on his blog www.leogreenfield.com.
By the late 1930s, Ballarat-born Thomas Harrison was Melbourne’s best-known milliner. His hats were coveted by women from all over Australia. An influential presence on Melbourne’s millinery scene, Harrison’s handiwork included one-off pieces for the wardrobes of individual clients, discreet … More
Image: Kate Longley and Zoe Allnutt from Wardrobe V Pantry couldn’t decide if they liked fashion or food more so they just stuck ‘em together
The daring, deconstructed aesthetic of Japanese label Comme des Garçons is incomparable, but current day fashion is again drawing on elements of this 1996 ensemble in a tendency towards longer line silhouettes and capes.The billowing shape of cover-ups for autumn/winter 2013 … More