Last Week on Oyster
Last week, Oystermag.com interviewed Katie Eary and The Jezabels, gawked at models in our RAFW behind-the-scenes galleries, reviewed films, CD's and more. See the best of Oystermag.com here.
As well as offering some of the best menswear of the week, and a very promising womenswear debut, Saint Augustine Academy also had the best looking, most interesting male models on the catwalk this RAFW. We caught up with them all backstage to find out who they are and what they're up to. Click here to read more!
2010 made Australian Fashion Week the sixth I've participated in since my first in 2004. I'm not counting my unofficial first- 2002- where mid-high school year I ventured out of the comfort of my parents' Perth home and across our great land just to be told I was too fat and, confusingly, too plain and too weird. Written by Tiah Eckhardt. Click here to read more!
If I was told I was only allowed to wear one label for the rest of my life, there's an excellent chance I'd pick Kate Sylvester. Her clothes always have this off-beat, cool girl vibe that can take you from work-wear to wasted to weekend and back again with an amazing sense of consistency. Click her to read more!
As the after-parties raged on towards the end of RAFW, Oyster caught up with a few friends in fashion and asked them what went right and what went wrong? Click here to read more!
The future of menswear looks eerie, at least if London-based designer Katie Eary has anything to say about it. Inspired by dark literary themes from the likes of George Orwell's Animal Farm and Irvine Welsh's Marabou Stork Nightmares, Eary's designs would look equally at home on Napoleon era battlefields as they would in some radioactive vision of the future. Click here to read more!