Sydney-based label, Fairina Cheng, combines traditional processes with a contemporary outlook.
You’ll find striking statement pieces that cross boundaries and defy expectations. For those of us who seek out accessories and pieces that are a little bit different, Fairina Cheng is designing with us in mind. Get to know the Sydney designer via our latest interview.
Enter the mind of Salvador Dali, in an immersive 4 level exhibition dedicated to the surrealist master. Featuring over 200 works including drawings, sculptures, film, graphics, photography, and ‘Unconscious Contemporary’ a secondary exhibition featuring contemporary surrealist and esoteric artists alongside historical work by Max Ernst, Jean Cocteau and Man Ray.
Click on the photo above for all the details.
The Costume Institute organises a spring exhibition each year, the opening of which on the first Monday in May is accompanied by The Met Gala – one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the annual fashion calendar.
This year’s theme ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’ explores how the religion’s imagery and symbolism has impacted contemporary haute-couture and ready-to-wear designs. Click through for more details and a sneak peek into the exhibition which is open to the public from May 10.
Brandon Stanton carries a city’s hopes and fears in the palm of his hand — or rather, on the pages of his online publishing phenomenon, Humans of New York.
Now the Sydney Opera House has announced that fans of the viral photoblog will get the insider stories when Stanton gives a one-off talk in the concert hall on February 10.
Ta-ku. Ta-ku. Ta-ku.
Honestly, is there anything this guy can’t do? We’re proud to call him a friend and we’ve watched his journey closely over the years, although sometimes it feels hard to keep up with all the projects he’s got going on and today, he’s announced another one – he’s bringing his “823” residency and art exhibition to Melbourne next month! Click the photo above to find out all the details.
Palace Cinemas have opened their newest Sydney location – Palace Central – on level 3 of the multi-award winning development, Central Park in Chippendale.
The architecturally impressive cinema space, offering unparalleled style and comfort, is the new home to 10 boutique auditoria and 3 platinum cinemas. We’ve got the details right here so you know what to do. 😉