The bishop sleeve was made popular during the Romantic Period, but its influence can still be seen today in blouses and dresses. This sleeve is fitted at the upper part of the arm and becomes volumous toward the wrist.
Gucci ~beautiful lattice and sleeve detail
Honeycomb shoulder cut-outs and puff sleeves
Gucci Spring 2013 the geometric shapes
This is so begging for a treatment in chains... From Australia Fashion Week via Vogue Deutschland
The Best Street Style From Australian Fashion Week
by Jenny Kee, the iconic Australian fashion pioneer of the with a passion for vivid colors and designs of the Australian bush. so unique and I don't know if thats her coat in the air or an umbrellas but image and effet is cool like a liue graffitti walll.
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Technicolour fashion by Jenny Kee from Vogue Australia, September 2009
Man, how I wish Australian designer Jenny Kee would design again . her iconic technicolor prints are out of this world. Is there a designer you& love to see make a comeback?
by Jenny Kee, the iconic Australian fashion pioneer of the '70s with a passion for vivid colors and designs of the Australian bush.
Dan Roberts captures the best looks in Sydney during the Resort 2019 shows in Australia.
Now this is how you mix graphic pieces this season! Try a black and white blouse with an abstract print, unbuttoned just so and tuck it into a skirt with contrasted piping. It's a major plus if it's asymmetrical or has a tie-front detail as we see here.
The Australian Ballet presents a Year of Beauty - 2015 Season
The ballet tickets you need to buy for The Australian Ballet reveals beautiful 2015 season.
Clare Press on... diversity
Following her awesome, inspirational appearance at this year’s Brisbane PepTalks event, Clare Press – author, presenter of the Wardrobe Crisis podcast and Australian Vogue’s Sustainability Editor-at-Large – shares her thoughts on diversity in fashion, and meets styling duo Niwa Mburuja and Wanyika Mshila. We have a way to go when it comes to representation in Australian fashion …
Vintage Vogue Tuesday Tuesday we bring you an iconic Vogue Australia image from our archives.Australian fashion: the contemporary art, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, October by Monty Coles From In Vogue: 50 years of Australian style