It's taken a while for us to dip our toes in the colour pool again, but we're ready.
Kathleen Lee-Joe The trick is to wear it not too seriously, and with a touch of irony.
Georgie Gordon When it comes to wearing clothes made from luxury fabrics, silk, cashmere and velvet are lovely but we'll take linen any day.
Kathleen Lee-Joe The result? Comfier couture – and a welcome antidote to the bling.
Elizabeth Wellington It's likely that hooded cloaks, drapey clothes and other Star Wars-attuned attire will be a force in our closets throughout the year.
Consider 2015's minimalist trend a palate cleanser for what's to come.
Georgie Gordon Packing a pared-back wardrobe that pulls its weight on holiday can be trickier than you think.
Georgie Gordon Swimwear hasn't escaped the swinging influence the 70s is having on current fashion trends.
Kathleen Lee-joe We plan to wear ours with monastic robes and braided earmuff buns.
Georgie Gordon It's quite refreshing to be able to put all the fashion 'rules' by the wayside in the name of a trend.
Georgie Gordon Nothing says 'summer romance' more than dressing in head to toe white lace.
Kathleen Lee-Joe These couples prove it can be done in a fashion-forward way.
Kathleen Lee-Joe You know that stress dream where you are naked in front of everyone you know?
Georgie Gordon Pair up the new long-line tops and trousers for an easy elegance.
Georgie Gordon Jumpsuits, playsuits, rompers, whatever you'd like to call them, all-in-ones are having a big fashion moment.
Georgie Gordon Distinctly separate from the '70s boho trend of mad prints and heavy textures, this trend finds itself at the other end of the spectrum, minimalistic in it's simplicity and decidedly utilitarian.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Denim was literally invented for workers. Here's how to work it into your 9-to-5 wardrobe.
Kathleen Lee-Joe What's with the '80s filter designers are applying to the runway?
Kathleen Lee-Joe As its name suggests, #bonnetcore involves wearing bonnets – that brimless variety of headgear most beloved by Bo Peep and the Bennet sisters
Georgie Gordon Wallflowers need not apply, this is what you wear when you want to be seen.
Life in Mono
Georgie Gordon In many ways, fashion was born in the sixties - and we've looked back ever since.
Georgie Gordon Your camel cashmere jumper and trench coat are always going to be in vogue, but there's so much more fun to be had with beige.
Georgie Gordon Why wouldn't we want to celebrate nearing the end of winter with some pretty patterns?
Georgie Gordon Who better to show us the latest looks in denim than Jeans for Genes ambassador Jodi Anasta?
Georgie Gordon Combat seasonal affective disorder with these bright sparks.
Georgie Gordon It's hard to put a finger on or even name the look of the moment, more a reinvention of shapes and inspired silhouettes than a definitive theme.
Kathleen Lee-Joe The street-style set, donning their no-nonsense brogues, oversized blazers and vintage tea dresses, owe a lot to Elaine Marie Benes.
Rainy Day Gear
Kathleen Lee-Joe When the heavens open up, rest assured you'll be puddle jumping with joy in these stylish picks.
Georgie Gordon Pair long, swishy skirts with pure white blouses in cotton or sheer silk to form the basis of this elegant, ultra-feminine aesthetic.
Georgie Gordon Bust out the fur and shearling outerwear, winter has officially arrived.
Julie Klam Tevas, Birkenstocks, sneakers... comfortable footwear is so in. And it's a wonderful thing.
Georgie Gordon If there's a hero piece this season, it's pretty safe to say that it's the suede skirt.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Oozing confidence, ease and Inés de la Fressange-style nonchalance.
Georgie Gordon Combine slouchy pants, comfy knits, long-line cardigans and trench coats and your weekend winter wardrobe is sorted.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Because fun flats topple sky-high heels any day of the week.
Interview by Jane Rocca At 43, Dannii Minogue knows herself, and her style: a modern, body-con glamour far from those crop-topped, pop-star years.
Georgie Gordon Think voluminous, cocoon-like coats that look fives sizes too big everywhere but the arms.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Rebel against the traditional with these alternative wedding-dress trends. (Including – brace yourself – bridal overalls!)
Georgie Gordon Get the skinny on the latest throwback look.
Kathleen Lee-Joe The sparkly dust has settled from Australian fashion week, leaving these need-to-know trends in its wake.
Georgie Gordon There’s certainly truth in the old saying opposites attract when putting this look together.
Georgie Gordon We're seeing this trend season after season and increasingly, androgynous dressing is working both ways.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Anyone who was a teen during the ‘90s R&B girl-group renaissance is already well acquainted.
Kathleen Lee-Joe The fashion world is stepping right back to 1986.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Levi's has been the by-word for denim for 161 years – and no style is more legendary than the classic 501s.
There's nothing more unsettling than encountering a child who's better dressed than you.
Faux fur forever
Just because the sun is out, doesn't mean you have to resist the urge to try the hottest trend at New York Fashion Week.
Kathleen Lee-Joe From billowy frocks and high-neck blouses to trains of fringing and swirling floral embroidery, the free-flowing ‘70s is very much alive on the runway and the red carpet.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Once the preserve of daggy dads on vacay, it’s a look that’s been embraced by many a modern-day tastemaker.
Safe and stylish
Kathleen Lee-Joe All infinitely better than plain black rubber, they happen to double as the coolest fashion accessories …
The bride wore shorts
Kathleen Lee-Joe Olivia Palermo-inspired bridal fashion sure doesn't come cheap.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Canada has delivered to us many a delicious thing: Ryan Gosling, maple syrup drizzled onto bacon, and the cyclical trend that is the Canadian Tuxedo – more commonly known as 'double denim'.
Kathleen Lee-Joe As we’re too impatient to wait six months to see what we’ll be wearing next, we turn to the pre-fall collections to point us in the right style direction.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Crochet, it’s not just for your grandmother’s afghans and tea cosies.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Our obsession with onesies has paved the way for a new fashion trend dubbed 'babycore'.
Kathleen Lee-Joe From Alexander Wang’s Diego to Louis Vuitton’s Noé, there’s so much to love about the swingy hold-everything bucket bag.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Is it really time to reconsider the Ugg boot?
Bowie-esque flamboyance is back, gents.
Kathleen Lee-Joe The pet-kitty necklace Lena Dunham gave Taylor Swift for her birthday this week is hard to beat, but these feline-themed wares come pretty damn close.