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How to shop smarter and build a wardrobe you’ll feel good about

How to shop smarter and build a wardrobe you’ll feel good about

Most people wear the same two dozen items regularly, and they rarely touch the rest. Follow these tips for a more sustainable – and organised closet.

  • by Nicole Anzia

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How Bambi Northwood-Blyth perfected the art of dressing for work

How Bambi Northwood-Blyth perfected the art of dressing for work

The model also shares how her favourite fashion era and family have influenced her style throughout the years.

  • by Georgie Gordon
Sexy and educational: bikini label's bid to elevate Indigenous fashion

Sexy and educational: bikini label's bid to elevate Indigenous fashion

Liandra Gaykamangu, who owns one of the country’s fastest-growing swimwear brands, had a novel way of combining her teaching career with her love of fashion.

  • by Melissa Singer
Trust, confidence, stability: the meaning of the colours on Inauguration Day

Trust, confidence, stability: the meaning of the colours on Inauguration Day

"Unity purple" was bound to make an appearance, the honour given to the new Vice-President, while Melania Trump's outfit change after leaving the White House is a sign she's truly ready to move on.

  • by Melissa Singer
Vogue's new Kamala Harris cover merely papers over the cracks
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Vogue's new Kamala Harris cover merely papers over the cracks

The magazine has announced it will print a second cover in response to last week's backlash and while it goes some way toward fixing the problem, it would be far better if it had shown common sense in the first place.

  • by Melissa Singer
'Turn it into your tool': How first ladies use clothes to fashion a message

'Turn it into your tool': How first ladies use clothes to fashion a message

While there's no inauguration ball this time around, the gown a first lady chooses for her black-tie debut has the capacity to shape her time in the White House.

  • by Melissa Singer
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Four ways to achieve work comfort – and style – that don't include trackies

Four ways to achieve work comfort – and style – that don't include trackies

Ahead, the building blocks everyone – man or woman – needs for a wardrobe to suit our "blurred" working lives.

  • by Melissa Singer
Zimmermann apologises following cultural appropriation claims

Zimmermann apologises following cultural appropriation claims

An $800 dress in the Australian brand's new range has caused a cultural storm amid claims it ripped off a traditional artform.

  • by Melissa Singer
The new fashion rules for fat people

The new fashion rules for fat people

The fashion rules that are ingrained in us from a young age all add up to one cohesive message: don’t look fat. Let’s put those rules in the bin where they belong – and follow these instead.

  • by Jenna Guillaume
Vogue lashed over Kamala Harris' alleged cover switch

Vogue lashed over Kamala Harris' alleged cover switch

The US Vice-President-elect posed for the February issue of the fashion bible in some very 'un-Vogue' footwear. But that's not what's causing the outrage.

  • by Melissa Singer
Alexander Wang, accused of sexual assault, labels allegations 'grotesquely false'

Alexander Wang, accused of sexual assault, labels allegations 'grotesquely false'

A lawyer, who has represented numerous abuse victims but also once worked for Harvey Weinstein, has reportedly begun working with some of Wang's accusers.

  • by Elizabeth Paton