Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Until next time...

A big thank you to all who came to see The Stylist Says Workshop part of MSFW 2010, to all who helped out on the day and to all our fantastic sponsors. It was a huge success! Look out for the next 'The Stylist Says' when Philip Boon will focus on Menswear! Stay tuned...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Last Chance!

Folks there's only ONE day left to purchase your ticket and to be in the running for the incredible prize giveaway.

-Hermes scarf

-CK handbag

-Zomp handbag

-A night at The Olsen with a day spa voucher

-Jewellery from Urban Jungle

-Subscription to Spook Mag.

All of this valued at $2,600 so get in quick or you'll miss out!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

'Group of 10' discounted tickets.

$42.50 each, save $150 for groups of 10. Click the button below to purchase.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Tickets Now On Sale!

MISSBOSSYBOOTS in conjunction with MSFW 2010 presents an audience with celebrity stylist and blogger Philip Boon.

Find out all the secrets that make Philip one of the top celebrity stylists in Australia and learn how you can dress like "a star".
An informative, up to the minute look at modern dressing, presentation and styling in 2010 and beyond.

Whether you're a fashion student, a "Fashionista" or a crazy shopper, you will see what's hot, what's not and all that makes "Melbourne Spring Fashion Week" shine.

All this and much more through the eyes of uber stylist, Philip Boon.


When: Saturday 4th of September.

Time: 2:00pm

Where: The Whitehouse Institute Of Design.
Level 5, 672 Bourke St
Melbourne. 3000

Cost: $55.00 +BF

Sunday, August 1, 2010

The Stylist Says Panel.

JENNY BANNISTER - In 1976, Bannister launched her own label, Jenny Bannister Fashion, in Melbourne. The Bannister label began at the height of the 1970s radical fashion movement, and later evolved into couture and up-market boutique styles. In 1988, Bannister successfully shifted into contemporary evening wear, to which she now has a loyal celebrity following. Her designs are featured prominently in the Melbourne Fashion Festival and her pieces have also recently been auctioned at Christie's in London.
Due to her creative and distinctive approach to design, many significant pieces of Bannister's work have been collected by major art galleries and museums. Currently, the National Gallery of Victoria is collecting Bannister's work from the 1970s and 1980s for their archives, with an exhibition to follow.
In 2005, she was honoured on a commemorative Australian postage stamp, along with other Australian fashion designers, Collette Dinnigan, Akira Isogawa, Joe Saba, Carla Zampatti and fellow RMIT alum Prue Acton.
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DANIELA FARINACCI - Daniela Farinacci is an Australian actress of Italian descent, who has many television, film and theatre credits.
Farinacci is perhaps best known for her role in the Australian movie Lantana as Paula, alongside Vince Colosimo. She also appeared in supporting roles in Little Fish and Look Both Ways.
Farinacci is known for a starring role in the 2006 television mini-series The Society Murders as Maritza Wales, based on a real-life crime. She also has a starring role in the police television drama series, East West 101 as Helen Callas.
Her theatre roles include Juliet in 'Romeo & Juliet' and Helena in 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream' and many more Melbourne theatre productions.
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CANDICE DEVILLE - Candice DeVille is a multi-disciplinary artist specialising in style and vintage glamour. With over twenty years experience as both a vintage fashion collector and lifestyle enthusiast, Ms Deville has combined her multitude of skills to provide a singular solution for those seeking a serious dose of glamour for themselves, their clients or campaigns.
Her experience both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, brings an insightful approach to creating a sense of authentic “Old Hollywood Glamour”. In a new world twist on her old world look, Ms DeVille is also recognised as one of Australia’s most iconic bloggers.
From specialist vintage hair and makeup artistry to workshops, hosting events, presenting, writing and iconic vintage modeling; Candice DeVille is the whole glamorous package.
Text from SuperKawaiiMama

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

About Philip Boon.

Philip Boon has extensive experience in the world of fashion, firstly designing and manufacturing his eponymous clothing label and then expanding into his own retail stores.

Philip has worked as a creative director with countless independent designers playing an instrumental role in the launch of their careers. He has collaborated with many major labels to create images and various campaigns. Philip also has experience in costume design, fashion show coordination and has styled in various cities around the world; including Milan, Hamburg, Miami, Los Angeles and New York.

Perhaps best known as a celebrity stylist, Philip has made a name for himself working with A-List actors, actresses and supermodels, both for editorial and red carpet events. With famous clients as diverse as Sneaky Sound System to Magda Szubanski and even the controversial Marion Jones, his strength lies in bringing out the best in a client, campaign or individual.

Philip is constantly asked to comment on celebrity style and fashion, his humour and insight make him a regular social commentator in the pages of magazines and newspapers. He regularly appears on talk shows, current affair programs and other fashion-focused shows. His most recent appearance was memorable segment with Sarah Murdoch on the last season of Australia’s Next Top Model (FOX8).

Philip was paired with Philip Bloch, probably the world’s most famous celebrity stylist, to present a seminar on style and modern dressing. This and his experience in the fashion industry has led Philip to be in demand as a guest speaker at public and corporate events.

This year, Philip adds another string to his bow in his role as lecturer in Styling and Creative Direction at the Whitehouse Institute of Design. Philip’s insightful knowledge of the fashion industry will be invaluable to up-and-coming stylists. In addition to this Philip has also started writing his own blog to give his readers and aspiring stylists a glimpse of what goes on in the world of fashion.