How much does it cost to look good? Perfect strangers unveil their clothing costs

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By Rachel Oakley in New Fashion on Wednesday 31 December 2014

Just how much money are you willing to sacrifice on an outfit? $50? $100? $1,000? More? Thanks to Joe Monster, we finally find out just how much money goes into an everyday outfit. It looks like these photos were taken in New York’s Lincoln Center, where Fashion Week takes place each year.

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Stone Clothing makes clothes out of, er, stone

Cormack O'Connor Contributor

By Cormack O'Connor in New Art on Saturday 11 January 2014

As well as you dress whenever you’re out, we all know that you find guilty, guilty comfort in your tracksuit while at home. It’s ok, we all do. However, what if it were made of stone? The one you’re looking at is. Sydney-based artist Alex Seton is changing the way we think about art material by taking it out of context.

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Geometric clothing racks by Tongtong

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By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Friday 14 June 2013

Wow, wow, wow, just check out these gorgeous geometric clothing racks by Tongtong. Called Les Ailes Noires, the display range thrived recently at Annie Aime, a fashion retail space with bold artwork by Pascal Paquette lining the walls. They seem to pop out and sink in at the same time. Very pretty.

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Vaughn de Heart Summer preview

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By Alison Shepard in New Fashion on Wednesday 29 May 2013

We got a sneak peek behind the scenes at the Vaughn de Heart Spring/Summer 2013 photo shoot, featuring bold colors, summer shapes, and the always fun graphic word-play we’ve come to expect from this line.

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Vanishing Elephant: Australian fashion label

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Fashion on Friday 8 February 2013

Vanishing Elephant are an exciting, Sydney-based fashion label that offers men’s and women’s clothing with a classic aesthetic. While not trying to reinvent the basics, the label aims to highlight the many subtleties of clothing. Started in 2008 by Arran Russell, Huw Bennett and Felix Chan, Vanishing Elephant have grown in leaps and bounds, opening […]

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The Cult’s Ian Astbury’s new clothing label: LAMF

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By Ian Astbury from The Cult in New Fashion on Wednesday 9 May 2012

A while back, I started to make clothes for myself and friends. Now repped by the likes of Lupe Fiasco and M.I.A, this is clothing for savants and dilettantes. The label is available exclusively at Supply Sydney and Union Los Angeles.

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Catalina Estrada collaborates with label Anunciaçao

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By Catalina Estrada in New Fashion on Saturday 28 April 2012

It’s amazing how fast time passes. I now realize this is my eleventh collection together with lovely Brazilian fashion brand, Anunciaçao. As usual, I totally melted when I saw what they came up with: the care and love they put into each piece; their handmade embroideries with my illustrations are mesmerizing. Every time I get the samples of each collection, I feel like those are the most beautiful clothes I have ever seen.

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Neva Safe: more than just well-drawn funny t-shirts

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By Jacob Klensin in New Fashion on Tuesday 24 April 2012

We’ve all wished for a clothing company that would perfectly illustrate the mind of our absurdly comedic genius friend, right? Well, even if you haven’t, that’s what Neva Safe is. Stand up comic Jonathan Patrick Nunn spits non-stop comedic fire, complimented with an irresistibly contagious laugh. Alexis Mabry takes the things he says, and uses her ability to combine unlimited artistic talent with a complete disregard for social niceties and puts it all on clothing. It may sound simple, and it is. It may also sound awesome, and it is.

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Places We Should Go

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By Mark Sarmel in New Products on Tuesday 28 June 2011

Inspired by dark, out of the way bars, Places We Should Go is a project by Mark Sarmel that revolves around four imaginary bars. They’re just the type of place one might accidentally stumble into and instantly feel at home, or not, but then the best adventures are often those that are unexpected.

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