Artist and RUSSH muse Stanislava Pinchuk shares her favourite memories from the unveiling of Hennessy’s #HowWeHennessy campaign in Melbourne.
Under-the-radar no more. 100 selected emerging artists from Australia and beyond will descend on Melbourne for The Other Art Fair, open from August 2-5.
The new guard. Iconic, quintessentially French labels Sandro and Maje open two new boutique’s in The Emporium, Melbourne.
A short drive south of Melbourne to the Mornington Peninsula, RUSSH Fashion Editor Bridie Gilbert switches off in style at the Jackalope Hotel.
From must-eat pasta to where we go for our new wardrobe obsessions. Take a trip to Eastland.
Gangs of New York. Rag & Bone have opened their first Australian boutique in Melbourne’s The Strand.
From rebel girls on the runway to cocktails at The Ugly Duckling. Fashion & Beauty Director Billie Iveson showcases the best of VAMFF’s Premium Runway weekend in Melbourne.
Femininity meets simplicity. Art meets fashion. The mind behind Melbourne-based jewellery brand By Nye tells us she travelled to Egypt and “spent the next two years watching television draped in jewels” to dream the label into fruition. Whether or not that’s true, we’re entranced by this collection of handmade creations, photographed by Jesper Hede, of which no two pieces are the same.
Moments in time. Tiffany & Co. celebrates its iconic heritage with The Making of the New York Minute; a chronicle of timepieces from decades past, dating back to those created in NY in 1837. The archival collection will be on show in Tiffany & Co.’s Collins Street, Melbourne store from until July 14.