Love Must Trump Hate.

As I write this, I’m watching a torrent of people form in protest outside JFK airport. Others are assembling just as quickly at LAX, Dulles, Atlanta, BOC, SFO, Oâ …

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Diversity is Disappointed with Fashion, Again.

Yet in the fashion industry, despite years of debate, controversy and even vain attempts at trying to be more sensitively aware, disappoints again. It seems to have …

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The Untouchables?

Imagine you’re reading the news. You come across a particularly disturbing headline; it reads something along the lines of – ‘Young Girl Accuses Father of …

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The Cultural Depth of Fashion’s Accessorisation

My left eye was twitching as I began to draft this piece up, because repeatedly, I’ve assessed fashion from its positives to its most negatives, hoping that somet …

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Dior Homme x Toru Kamei

Kris Van Assche is a pioneer of minimalism and confrontational design – from colour palettes that evoke emotion to the consideration of silhouette to create the i …

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Hold on; it’s going to be a bumpy ride

Whilst at the pub, my friend and I began talking about the potential of psychedelics within the scientific community, as he is a student of science, and I, a studen …

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Artist Interview: Margaret Mcintosh

I got the chance to sit down and chat with local Melbourne artist, Margaret McIntosh- who currently exhibited at Off the Kerb Gallery in Collingwood. Her one-month …

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A Milestone Exhibition for Off The Kerb Gallery.

The Collingwood youth-arts mainstay will this month mark ten years in the Arts in Victoria. To celebrate the occasion, OTK will be hosting a large-scale charitable …

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Beatriz Esguerra On How Colombian Art Is Taking The World By Storm.

The best-known name in Colombian art over the past decade is arguably that of visionary artist Doris Salcedo. Salcedo’s work Shibboleth, a 167-metre-long crack in …

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We’ll Always Have Paris

I was talking to someone recently about why the hardest blow for many people, amongst all of the atrocities to have befallen the world of late, was the one that hit …

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André Brasilier: In New York.

André Brasilier is enjoying a renaissance. The 88-year old French artist has been the subject of renewed fandom in recent times, with prices for his works increasi …