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Keep up to date with Dee’s Fashion Stories on everything to do with style, and viewpoints facing Generation Next (Gen Next) and identity and much more. The Dee Blog section includes Dee’s latest independent views on many Gen Next topics; Looks is a compendium on fashion trending and New Media is a new section for some of Dee’s other writing and media collabs.
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Keeping up with the Jonesopoulos's

A little birdy told me recently that the sixteen-year-old birthday parties of today have blown up like Ben Hur. The interesting fact to this though, is that it's not actually the teenager who wants such an extravagant, overblown occasion. Do you believe it's in fact their mother who is trying to compete with other mothers […]

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Drunk for vanity

A few months ago, my younger cousins and I went to a well known hotspot on Chapel St in Prahran. This bar had become quite popular in the area and everyone knew about it. Everyone meaning the young adults, cool cats and high rollers stating their territory. Travelling a long way to get there, my […]

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My trademark: The Blue Robe

Can fashion be sentimental? I think everyone has one item in their closet, that they just can't part with. Back in 1988, my mum took me shopping to Forges in Footscray. I was so excited & curious to see what we were going to buy. My mum suggested that I pick something that I would […]

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Crack that piggy bank

The generation these days might not help each other in a humanitarian way at times but definitely in a materialist fashion way. Fashion for past generations was classified as an extravagant item to buy and very expensive. It was very rare for a teenager to be able to afford a high fashion item to have […]

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Most treasured item

What is your most treasured item? I spoke to a man yesterday and we both thought about this question. He being a hairdresser couldn't think of an answer straight away, I said "it could be anything that symbolises an event, a memory or a moment which makes you feel good". He then said "My Ghd […]

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12 going on 24

So when I was twelve, grade six seemed so grown up & old. My main passion was to write in a fashion magazine, in those years that's where the supermodels got discovered. You were either an Elle, a Cindy (my favourite) a Naomi and lastly a Linda. Bringing a Cleo magazine to school was so […]

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Personal persona

Ask yourself this, what are you wearing now? Why are you wearing it? and how are you perceived, while wearing it? A top bloke I spoke to a couple of days ago, gave me some great advice, fashion advice actually! Traction in fashion blogging always applies to those who are genuinely interested but when wanting […]

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Fashionista

What does fashion mean to an individual? Fashion means creating, dreaming something big, striving for the new & pushing for the best. Individual style comes from within a person's ideals & their spiritual persona. My style of fashion thrives & reflects from my person within. Fashion is a way of life, a way to express […]

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Whips and chains

Is it in fashion for either sex to be more domineering in the bedroom? Well this ones just a mixed bag really. I spoke to a group of married, single and partnered people, who initially thought about the question and then their responses reflected lightly on the aspect of bondage? LOL I for one think […]

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Mum's Revelation

Should fashion designers be idolised? Traumatic experiences in life make you stronger. In late 1999, my mum was diagnosed with a condition called Bell's palsy. For those who aren't familiar with this illness, it's a sudden weakness in the muscles on one half of the face & damage to the facial nerve causing the face […]

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When the heels don't work!

Does fashion play a part in getting a job, even when the heels don't work? Looking fabulous & sleek definitely helps to look the part when going for a job interview. Conservatively speaking, in a corporate world, it's all about the suit, skirt & shoe ensemble. In some cases, your employer even knows what you're […]

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My trademark: The Blue Robe

Can fashion be sentimental? I think everyone has one item in their closet, that they just can't part with. Back in 1988, my mum took me shopping to Forges in Footscray. I was so excited & curious to see what we were going to buy. My mum suggested that I pick something that I would […]

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