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19.4.09

Art Melbourne




His Lordship and I visited the Art Melbourne 2009 fair at the Royal Exhibition Building today, courtesy of 'Seven Contemporary Artists,' a Melbourne based collective of women artists.
As with all massive events of this nature there is plenty of crap to sift through, but there was plenty that left an impression as well.
Tux trousers: Ted Baker
Blouse: Vintage Lady Pelaco
Pearls: Primark
Cuff: Chanel


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21 comments:

angelaseeangelablog said...

Ohh I want a oversized ape face in my room!

Looking great LM!
XXASAB

diamondsinchampagne said...

Gorgeous blouse, love the tuxedo look.
That pearl necklace, how I love it.
I love the masculinity of the shirt mixed with the femininity of the pearls.

HoneyBunny said...

You look fabulous, dear! Love that blouse with the pearls <3

Belle said...

very pretty - and it's not outfit-related but i really like the cut of your fringe! xo

Ruby said...

Those pearls are AMAZING and so are the boots.
Stay ladylike my dear- there is far too much Supre flooding the streets of Melbourne, I'm afraid.

dayna stephanie said...

oh, so wonderful! i neeeed to visit an art gallery soon. i love art.
i love your big pearls! they're gorgeous (as are you).

xoxo
love, dayna

thischicksgotstyle said...

That blouse is cute! The shag shirt in your previous post is also very nice and I'm not even that big a blouse / tunic fan.
Lovely blog!

Le Tasché said...

Love the black and white photos composition of your today posting!

Ms Vitriol said...

Yes, indeed, much crap to sift through: Hobbyist housewives from Brighton with their drab water colours; imitation indigenous art; dodgy second-rate stencil art.

The parochial Affordable Art show has not even a modicum of credibility in the art world. Very prudent of the organisers to choose a name, logo and location markedly similar to the actual biennial Melbourne Art Fair which is held in high esteem.

But, LM, as you possess a fine arts degree, I am merely stating what you clearly know.

Arielle Antoinette said...

Looking lovely as usual! OH and LOVE LOVE the shoes fomr teh previous post!

svenskaussie said...

Love the black & white photos. When I was in your fine city a few weeks back I took a tonne of black & white photos of some of your wonderful local buildings and landmarks and I've framed and hung them at home. Love Melbourne : )

Grant said...

Very striking Lady M! Love those baubles and that delightful Shirt.

I love this whole ensemble!

Xx

Sal said...

I am wearing a pile of shell pearls today, Lady Melbourne, and thinking of YOU!

FJ said...

Ooo the third picture is so noir.

Darrah said...

I've been looking for a pair of skinny trousers for so long! I need a pair!

elena-lu said...

i just adore your use of light in your photos!

Deveria estar estudando said...

Adorable!!!

My vintage closet:
http://deveriaestarestudando.blogspot.com/2009/04/vintage-closet-ii.html

xxxxxx

~*~ Lengz said...
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~*~ Lengz said...

hi lady Melb.. Im new here in Melb.. n i hav been dropping by ur site for quite some time.. I would like to shop for any type of secondhand designer goods n also home furniture but i really dont know where.. M wondering if u could guide me a little? n also any blogshops or online boutiques url or maybe flea markets? Lastly, I esp love ur Channel bangle. reli gorgeous n ur newly arrived heels!!! droolzz!! hope to hear from u soon.

lwl_waileng@hotmail.com

blackbook said...

ohhh the shirt is perfect...and love the black+white photos...
x

FashionConsciou$ said...

This is a great outfit - Luv your style & amazing photos!