Excited to be working at and attending MBFFS (Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival Sydney) this year! #countingdownthedays
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Pictured above: My Great Great Great Uncle, Herbert Henry Hilliard, a First Class passenger of the Titanic, died at 44 on 14 April 1912 when the ship sank.

Designed to commemorate the loss of Titanic, the intimate exhibition focuses on the human drama of the tragedy.
It includes around 50 artefacts, a two-metre working model of the ship, replica objects, memorabilia and newspapers.
A dramatic “memorial wall” provides graphic representation of those who survived and those who died, and shows where on the ship they were travelling. It tells the stories of some of the 2230 people known to be on board: survivors, victims, passengers and crew.
The exhibition runs from 29 March - 11 November 2012. Ticket prices for Adults are $7.00, child/concession tickets are $3.00, and Family (2a + 3c) tickets are $17.50.
For more information visit the Australian Maritime Museum website at: http://titanicexhibition.anmm.gov.au/
Pictured above: Rose Dewitt Buckater’s (Kate Winslet) deck dress costume, and Jack Dawson’s (Leonardo Di Caprio) costume.

Today (Tuesday, 07 Aug) I visited the ‘Remembering Titanic - 100 Years’ event at the Australian Maritime Museum located in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.  
The exhibition Remembering Titanic – 100 years presents the history of this epic tragedy from construction to fateful sinking and rediscovery, and the controversy surrounding it.
Drawing on replica objects, ship models, memorabilia, newspapers, and graphics the exhibition concentrates on the human stories behind the disaster from the ‘unsinkable’ Molly Brown to the unsung heroes like junior wireless operator Harold Sydney Bride and Arthur Henry Rostron, Captain of the Carpathia which came to Titanic’s aid.
Visitors to the exhibition will see a large memorial wall at entry to the exhibition, which lists the names of all the known survivors and victims of the sinking and provides a dramatic visual of the size of the disaster.
The exhibition also looks at the impact of Titanic on popular culture from books to films culminating in the 1997 James Cameron blockbuster Titanic. On display will be nine costumes and selected props from the film including outfits worn by Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio and Billy Zane.
The exhibition runs from 29 March - 11 November 2012. Ticket prices for Adults are $7.00, child/concession tickets are $3.00, and Family (2a + 3c) tickets are $17.50.
For more information visit the Australian Maritime Museum website at: http://titanicexhibition.anmm.gov.au/
Pictured above: Rose Dewitt Bukater’s (Kate Winslet) ‘sinking’ dress featured in the Titanic blockbuster.

Today (Tuesday, 07 Aug) I visited the ‘Remembering Titanic - 100 Years' event at the Australian Maritime Museum located in Sydney's Darling Harbour.  
The exhibition Remembering Titanic – 100 years presents the history of this epic tragedy from construction to fateful sinking and rediscovery, and the controversy surrounding it.
Drawing on replica objects, ship models, memorabilia, newspapers, and graphics the exhibition concentrates on the human stories behind the disaster from the ‘unsinkable’ Molly Brown to the unsung heroes like junior wireless operator Harold Sydney Bride and Arthur Henry Rostron, Captain of the Carpathia which came to Titanic’s aid.
Visitors to the exhibition will see a large memorial wall at entry to the exhibition, which lists the names of all the known survivors and victims of the sinking and provides a dramatic visual of the size of the disaster.
The exhibition also looks at the impact of Titanic on popular culture from books to films culminating in the 1997 James Cameron blockbuster Titanic. On display will be nine costumes and selected props from the film including outfits worn by Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio and Billy Zane.

The exhibition runs from 29 March - 11 November 2012. Ticket prices for Adults are $7.00, child/concession tickets are $3.00, and Family (2a + 3c) tickets are $17.50.
For more information visit the Australian Maritime Museum website at: http://titanicexhibition.anmm.gov.au/

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Pictured above: Fan BingBing for Stephane Rolland Haute Couture Fall 2012
STEPHANE ROLLAND HAUTE COUTURE, FALL 2012Paris, July 3rd
It goes without saying that Stephane Rolland is one of the kings of haute couture. Time after time, Rolland presents collections that can only be described as fabulous and stunning. Two words that I don’t use often. Stephane Rolland’s collections are popular and celebrities rely on him to produce garments that will out-stage their fellow celebrity friends. Previous wearers of his designs include Lady Gaga who is  known for her outrageous and stunning clothes, Cheryl Cole, and most recently, Beyonce Knowles, who wore a chartreuse one-sleevegown with a hip-high slit from the Spring/Summer 2012 collection at the BET Awards.
With that in mind, it’s no surprise Stephane Rolland kept with a very similar theme for Fall/Winter 2012. There was the usual long crepe de chine and stain evening dresses all with the heavy draping and long trains, silhouettes that reveal every curve, and plenty of ostrich feather embellishments to add a whole new level of sophistication. The only difference with this offering was the palette. Last season Rolland played with bright reds and absinthe-green. This time, Rolland took note of the season and used autumnal shades and plenty of snowy white. Metallic gold also took a back-seat this season after being incorporated onto almost every garment last season.
Stephane Rolland may have took repetition to a whole new level, but I’m not fussed. The collection will be popular, perhaps not so much as last season, but I won’t be surprised if I see A-list celebrities lavished in Rolland’s elegant and sophisticated designs.  
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