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Fashion Journal

Over the weekend, MADE Sydney took over Carriageworks for three days of art, music, fashion and skating.

Showcasing the intersection of fashion and skate culture, the Sydney event was the first of its kind to be held outside of the US.

Visitors were treated to runway shows, live art exhibits, documentary screenings, skate competitions, pop-up shopping experiences and DJ sets.

For those who couldn’t make it, here’s a look at the action.


Elijah Lazarus

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Lights and music are on my mind.
So here are five reasons why you'll want to win.
Really, really, ridiculously good-looking.
Still blowing dirt out of our nose.
Helping to end domestic violence.
We heard everything...
A work experience opportunity like no other.
"Behind every great woman is a great pair of jeans."
The fash-pack have serious style stamina.
The street style is fierce in Sydney.
The best part of fashion week.
Comfortingly few muscle tees.
All the beauty, mayhem and those fish-tail ponytails.
Officially the party of the year (as voted by everyone).
Our one stop shop for when luxury meets necessity.
Not a lookbook, just some fab shots from Paradise.
An invitation to hang out with some cool kids.
For whatever reason, there is not a plethora of female-skewed skatewear and streetwear brands out there.
Champagne flowed, a nail polish collaboration was launched and most importantly, there were donuts.
adidas have launched their ss14 collection and it's all about designer collaborations