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Double Rainbouu Presented Their Latest Collection in the Chinese Gardens

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Taking a few steps away from the craziness and bubble that is Fashion Week, the Double Rainbouu boys decided to present their Resort ’20 collection in the tranquil Chinese Gardens of Friendship in Sydney this week as the sun was setting on a Wednesday afternoon. Click through to read our thoughts on their new collection, ‘United Colours of Double Rainbouu.’

Karla Špetic Pushed The Style Envelope at MBFWA

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A regular on the runways of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia since 2008 and known for her feminine tailoring and unique prints, Croatian-Australian designer Karla Špetic played to the Resort theme this year and added swimwear to her new collection along with designs incorporating sheer, rope detailing, sexy cut-outs and the silhouette of a woman’s profile, altogether bringing a sense of seduction and confidence to the woman wearing her designs. Click through for more of our thoughts on her latest collection.

Review: Ella Haber Celebrates Her Debut EP at Oxford Art Factory

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Last Thursday night, we were invited to attend the release party for singer/songwriter Ella Haber celebrating the launch of her debut EP, “Clay” released via Soul Has No Tempo at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory (OAF). Read through for our thoughts on the EP and her sold-out live performance in her hometown. <3

#SYDFEST Review: Julia Holter

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Art-pop composer Julia Holter brought her distinctive sound to Sydney this past weekend, off the back of her ambitious new album “Aviary,” performing in the Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent for Sydney Festival. Whilst her vocal range and her touring band was impressive, was it enough to impress the tough Sydney crowds? Click through to find out.
All photos captured by Prudence Upton for Sydney Festival.

#SYDFEST Review: Nakhane

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South African singer Nakhane recently performed at the Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent, creating a powerful, emotive experience for everyone who was in attendance. He is captivating in front of a live crowd performing his unique blend of ethnic pop, African soul and synthetics.
All photos by Prudence Upton for Sydney Festival.