Sydney Songstress Esmè, is bringing herself well and truly into the spotlight with her most defining release yet - Ella. A track filled with mature and considered songwriter that finds itself in a space between world beats, RnB and jazz so smooth it’s almost slippery.
Stepping into Frenchies feels like being welcomed into a hidden corner of Paris. It is a celebration of delicious food, unique craft brews and the bistronomy that France pioneered – it’s an invitation to explore, relax and enjoy.
This week’s collection is packed to the brim with Tigerlily’s newest and dreamiest collection, fashion icons teaming up to support an Aussie charity, and MTV’s announcement of their first-ever fashion trailblazer.
A haze of sunshine beats down onto a hill covered in alternating patches of downtrodden grass and dirt. Remnants of glitter are everywhere: scattered on the ground, plastered to the canvas floors of tents, and somehow, inexplicably, dotted on your face.
At the closest festival Australia has to Coachella, it's as much about the music as it is about the fashion. This year at Splendour in the Grass, neon pinks and greens, body harnesses, and crochet flares, skirts and dresses abounded on the hills and fields of North Byron Parklands.
Slowly Slowly warmed up the amphitheatre with a popular cover of Bon Iver's Skinny Love, and over on the Mix Up side stage, 17-year-old KIAN played to a packed tent and included a surprise appearance from Kwame. On the same stage, English duo Honne kept the vibes going with their synth pop - a definite set highlight being "Warm On A Cold Night".
Everyone was looking a little dustier than the day before on day two of Splendour, but there was no shortage of hype for the huge day to come. In the amphitheatre, Trophy Eyes surprised the audience with a hilariously unexpected performance of an expletive-riddled Chris Lilley song - performing alongside the comedian himself.
On the first day of Splendour, the energy was running high as eager festivalgoers streamed into North Byron Parklands, ready for the three-day bender to come. Adorned in on-trend neon green snakeskin, golden brown leopard print, flowing boho dresses and glitter galore, punters strutted through the grounds and filtered off in smaller groups to various stages.