How is rail transforming the lives of people and crafting identity?
Georgina Weir's unique Melbourne Store Le Louvre is featured in this episode, where the atmosphere of a traditional Parisian salon presents amazing designer clothing to be found nowhere else in Australia. Berry Liberman joins Georgina and Lee Lin as she comes to buy a new item.
This episode is about Nicola Finetti and his use of shrunk and distressed chiffon or other fabric to produce unique knits and faux furs.
This episode is about Georgia Chapman and Maureen Sohn, whose timeless and unique designs, as well as hand-printed fabrics, were the starting point for their label Vixen. Their horizons have since broadened to a range of apparel, as well as homewares.
Lee Lin Chin talks to contemporary fashion industry specialists, such as designers, high fashion importers and even dry cleaners, and has them explain their work and their influences. This episode is about Robert Moore and Mambo shirts, cloths that he uses as canvases to showcase his art, infused with his love of cars and rock 'n' roll. Robert Moore talks about his relationship with the surfing community.
This episode takes place in Melbourne and is about Peter Boyd and Denise Sprynskyj on deconstructionism in fashion. Denise Sprynskyj and Peter Boyd established Melbourne-based label S!X in 1993 after graduating in fashion design from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). An important part of their work is recycling.
Fashion series hosted by iconic fashion guru Lee Lin Chin. This episode, Lee Lin Chin meets Sarajevo-born Mira Vukovic, the creator of the romantic and edgy womenswear line Mad Cortes, and finds out what inspires her creative process. She talks about her bold yet playful Automobile Woman's line influenced by the art deco period and the 1920s artist Tara de Limpika.
Gate Gourmet, the world's largest airline caterers, reveal how their chefs make thousands of meals every day for passengers flying from LAX.
OneWeb Satellites reveal how space vehicle designers, manufacturing engineers and robotics combine to build and launch web satellites into space.
Ireland is home to over 70,000km of rivers and over 12,000 lakes, but are people taking this priceless resource for granted?
Richard sets out to see if gadgets can make the great outdoors a more comfortable, inviting place to be.
We all hate mornings. The moment we wake up, there are the usual dull things to do - get washed, get dressed, have breakfast, get to work - even making decisions about what to wear and what to eat and drink are dull and tedious. This episode sets out to find out how can gadgets make the whole experience less of a chore and more fun.
An Australian fashion newsflash. Alex Perry talks bridal with SBS's iconic fashion guru, Lee Lin Chin.
Bondi-based knitologist John McArthur discusses the merits of hand-knitting versus machine-knitting with Lee Lin Chin, and talks about how knitting has been in and out of fashion over the last decades. He explains his methods, and how he transposed shapes and patterns from fabric and sewing into knitting.
In the last Faster Craft of the season, the final three makers must create a three-dimensional party invitation that celebrates a unique occasion for a loved one. In the Master Craft, they have to design that party.
Renee Goodman has a passion for glamorous, well-constructed vintage clothing. She has a particular interest in 1940s glamour, earning her the name Miss Hollywood. Bibi Goodwoman Goodsir, Christine Linardon and Peta Louise Frullari showcase clothes that were sourced by Miss Hollywood for the shop.
Tractor giant John Deere lifts the lid on how they combine heavy industry with cutting-edge tech to build huge tractors designed to feed the world.
Mark and Derek host a dinner party at Silos Estate to thank everyone. They visit a cattle farm, and collect native berries and bimbalas with Noel Butler.
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