ENID’s Guide to Spring Sweatpants

If 2020 was a wardrobe item, it would be dusty heels.  In February, I was looking at purchasing a new floral dress, but by April, I was scrolling on The Iconic looking for new sweatpants to add to my collection.  Long gone are the days of tight denim (anything form-fitting really), heeled booties and leather… Continue reading ENID’s Guide to Spring Sweatpants

Co-opting the Crucifix

Does the crucifix, once only a religious symbol, become meaningless when adopted as a fashion statement?

5 Slow Fashion Brands That Won’t Break The Bank

Sustainability is (finally) gaining traction, and there are now many more sustainable retailers to choose from, including those that won't hurt your hip pocket. After all, paying $90 for a basic top can seem like extortion...

The Future of Fashion Magazines

Shinae Taylor explores how fashion magazines have created a new kind of hyper-individualistic, pro-consumer, ‘girl power’ identity, and investigates whether the industry should be revived.

The Significance of Indigenous Designers in Australian Fashion

Since the success of the textile design within Indigenous communities, Australian luxury fashion has been transformed from Country to Couture. For example, big fashion names such as Gorman have been collaborating with Aboriginal artists. However, this stems deeper as it has also signalled a way forward, grounding community relationships for Indigenous fashion design which is vital for the grounding for Australian society in its historical roots.