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Enter a time warp dressed in suits and frocks from the ’40s and ’50s at this ultra vintage clothing store

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in New Fashion on Thursday 16 October 2014

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Already embraced by hipsters and fashionistas, Melbourne is now making a name for itself as Australia’s headquarters of vintage glamor. As seen in the immaculately cut, full-skirted ’50s and ’60s-style frocks worn to great effect on TV’s Mad Men, the polished vintage look can be yours at Circa, easily one of the most authentic vintage shop located on the first floor of the beautiful Art Deco building Mitchell House at Lonsdale Street.

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These painted lips may start a new Halloween trend

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By Kenny Ong in New Fashion on Tuesday 14 October 2014

Have you gotten your Halloween costume yet? You may wanna check out the lip creations done by Spanish makeup artist and photographer Eva Senín Pernas. They may just inspire your whole getup and make you think being spooky can be very pretty. Depending on the complexity of the design, she takes 10 to 30 minutes for each lip art. ‘I always start applying a layer of lip balm to protect my lips.

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Gents, looking for GQ-style shoes? Head to Amsterdam, of course

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By Nicole Hughes in New Fashion on Monday 13 October 2014

Amsterdam Shoe Collection is stepping it up this Winter (pun intended). Their high-end, GQ-esque style will have you looking dapper and feeling confident. So, what’s in store?

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Awesome things that hide secret powers: Police at the Brazil World Cup 2014 used these normal-seeming sunglasses to root out crime

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By Rachel Oakley in New Design, New Fashion on Tuesday 7 October 2014

If you were lucky enough to be in Rio for the 2014 World Cup, you might’ve noticed a handy little gadget that police officers were using. Well, ok, you probably didn’t notice them since they were seemingly normal sunglasses, but these sunglasses hold incredible secret powers!

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This fashion forward bracelet charges your smartphone too

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By Kenny Ong in New Fashion on Tuesday 7 October 2014

Who knew getting connected could be this fashionable? The QBracelet is a stylish, lightweight accessory for the fashion conscious that not only jazz up that hawt ensemble but charges smartphones and other electronics too. It does this via a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that gives drained devices an additional 60% of battery life and a connector […]

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Awesome things that hide secret powers: This regular hair-clip is actually the world’s greatest multi-tool

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By Rachel Oakley in New Fashion, New Products on Friday 3 October 2014

The Leatherdos hair clip is, as you’ve probably guessed by the title, is much more than a simple clip. Slide it into your hair (or on your kippah) in the morning and throughout the day, this tiny piece of metal will prove its hidden powers! First, this clip can do dozens more things than any regular clip.

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This costume inspired by the three-boob woman deserves an award

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Tuesday 30 September 2014

As it turns out, the girl who underwent surgery to get a third boob is a hoax. There is no three-boob woman, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be like her this coming Halloween!

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The ideal jacket for the travelling germaphobe

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By Milo Sumner in New Fashion on Tuesday 30 September 2014

If you share the same fate a millions of other people around the world and find yourself crammed into overcrowded public transport every day in a desperate commute, then this might just be the perfect item for you. According to Gravitytank design studio, commuters are endlessly forced to endure a stream of germs around them. Most especially during flu season.

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Timberland sends four creatives out of their comfort zones to live each other’s lives

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By Milo Sumner in New Fashion on Thursday 25 September 2014

Being creative in today’s world means more than simply having good ideas, it’s the ability to change, evolve and come at life from another point of view. Nowhere is this understood better than at Timberland where, in partnership with Vice, they have launched a brand new initiative. This Autumn, Life Swaps by Timberland will take four influential creatives from major European cities and place them into each other’s shoes.

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Bears, bunnies, and pandas now qualify as sexy lingerie thanks to this Etsy store

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Wednesday 24 September 2014

I knew pandas were cute, but I never thought they could also be so… seductive. London-based lingerie brand ‘KnickerRocker’ is selling this cute underwear line that features the faces of different animals like bears, foxes, bunnies, pigs, and pandas. Each animal face also comes with matching ears you can play with (or to tease with, […]

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Super funky new children’s clothing line from Singapore

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By Milo Sumner in New Fashion on Saturday 20 September 2014

We’re just a little bit sad that these clothes weren’t around when we were kids. They’re damn cool and we’d wear them right now… if only they came in our size. Clothing label Cavalier has debuted with a collection exclusively for children. Inspired by memories if playing dress-up in her parents’ closets and with the help of partner Perry Lam, designer Angela Chong has created a ‘new dimension’ of children’s clothing.

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This company makes shoes that look like confectionary treats

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Tuesday 2 September 2014

Those heels look shoe delicious! Orlando-based shoe company ‘The Shoe Bakery’ creates footwear that are inspired by confectionary treats like ice cream, cupcakes, donuts, and cake. ‘My love for shoes came with the passion for being unique’, says founder Chris Campbell. ‘I love shoes and sweets so why not put them together?’ As you can […]

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Moms are going crazy over breast milk jewelry in Singapore

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in New Fashion on Monday 1 September 2014

In Singapore, mommies spare no expenses in having calligraphy brushes made from the hair of their new born or having their tiny handprints and footprints preserved in clay. And now, the latest baby fad to hit the scene amongst them – breast milk jewelry. A tiny amount of breast milk, between 10-20 ml, is sent to the maker of such accessories for processing and dehydration until the milk turns into a plastic-like state.

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These are the most beautifully disgusting jewelry pieces you can ever wear

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Friday 29 August 2014

Get her to say the ultimate ‘Yes’ by popping the question and revealing to her a ring adorned with an eyeball! There’s no better way to express true love more than that! Dental laboratory technician and artist Morgan Loebel of Morgans Mutations makes the most disgusting, blood-curdling, sculptures you will every lay your eyes on. Using polymer clay, he molds mutants with hyper-realistic eyes, wrinkles, and teeth.

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This is possibly the only pair of DIY anime jeans in the world

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in New Fashion on Friday 22 August 2014

While fashion designers all over the world are wringing their hands in despair over what new designs they can possibly come up with for the next season’s pair of must-have jeans, one German cosplayer already has it down pat. Make it anime, of course! Known only as Kirameku for now, she has cunningly made good use of some water-based textile paints to draw strategically positioned 2D lines and creases on a pair of plain denim jeans.

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