Mel Campbell July 28, 2009 3 Comments
Mel Campbell takes a terrifying tour through the world of Obama-themed mannequins and robots.
Mel Campbell July 21, 2009 11 Comments
Is there much beyond Coles' special no-tax tampon offer than clever marketing? Mel Campbell suspects not.
Mel Campbell July 9, 2009 1 Comment
This week, Russian president Dmitry Medvedev thrilled and horrified the blogosphere by wearing jeans and a designer blazer to a dinner with Barack Obama. Mel Campbell does some further political fashion analysis.
Mel Campbell July 8, 2009 2 Comments
For a supposedly controversial campaign, Skinny Blonde's topless label is really lame: a half-hearted mash-up of 1940s-era pinup iconography and nork-obsessed ocker glee.
Mel Campbell June 18, 2009 4 Comments
The Midwinter Press Gallery Ball is Canberra’s night of nights. And as with all red-carpet events worth their salt, it’s now time for us to brutally judge the attendees on their fashion sense.
Mel Campbell June 18, 2009
People say JD Salinger is some kind of recluse, but I don’t know what they’re on about, writes Mel Campbell.
Mel Campbell June 10, 2009
Like aristocrats in the French Revolution, the fashion industry knew it would be first against the wall in the global economic downturn. Mel Campbell looks at dressing for recession.
Mel Campbell June 1, 2009 2 Comments
BBDO New York’s current online campaign for Gillette Fusion Power razors encourages men to “Go further with body shaving”, writes Mel Campbell.