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Gentlewoman

Get set for spring sleeping with rompers and nighties

Spring is literally just around the corner, meaning we can pack away the flannelette pyjamas and woolly bedsocks and start slinking into nightwear that shows a little more skin again. We’ve rounded up a bounty of rompers, nighties, sleep shirts and gowns to inspire your new season sleeping wardrobe. more

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Gentlewoman

Slip into leather goodness from Holystone

Most winter days call for a wardrobe of comfy woollen slacks, oversized fleecy jumpers and thick socks. But sometimes we need to leave the house (and leave the hoodies at home) to keep our style reputation in tact. Don something a little more sleek in these final weeks of the season. more

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Gentlewoman

Fill your suitcase with Catchlove Collective travel pieces

Holidays mark the time to ditch the crisp, collared corporate attire, do away with closed-toe shoes and don comfortable, readily stylish vacation garb. Just in time for spring flings, Catchlove Collective has launched its resort 2014 collection – a range of luxe yet relaxed pieces featuring modern silhouettes. more

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Gentlewoman

Slip in to local handmade lingerie

Just because it’s winter and you’re rugged up in layers upon layers of bulky clothing to keep your bones warm, doesn’t mean your lingerie can’t be having a little fun beneath the surface. Let us introduce you to four labels worth a look-in. more

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Gentlefolk

Trinkit Hunter opens on Latrobe Terrace

Often there is nostalgia and a sense of romance bound in vintage objects, as each carries a unique story and personality, influenced by those who have worn it, where it has travelled and how many hands it has passed through. By giving a vintage item a home, you gain a little piece of history and the ability to add your own mark on its future. more

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Gentlewoman

Mango Rains releases ethical clothing range

Fashion may be one of the last things that springs to mind when thinking of Africa. Rather, it is the stereotype of poverty that seems to appear more readily. But it is in Africa where Brisbane-based designer Virginia Bailey decided she could combine her appreciation of African prints and her plight to support local African women lift themselves out of poverty. more