Men's Fashion Week
The second "New York Fashion Week: Men's" has recently come to a close, and the huge level of interest has been attributed to men taking a greater interest in how they present themselves to the world. From baseball caps to high end wear, the event had something  for everyone - really cementing the idea that men's  fashion is becoming increasingly diverse, and that men are seeking a way to express their own unique personality through their fashion choices.   Pixie King has been anticipating this trend for years, and we're very excited to see it becoming mainstream. Our clothing is designed...
The St Kilda Twilight Market
We've seen a lot of people wearing our clothes at these markets in previous years, so we decided we ought to come along and check out the fun!   The O'Donnell Gardens are one of St Kilda's prime spots (next to Luna Park), and it's so great to see so many people coming together to appreciate the space, fashion, art, craft, and alternative culture more generally. And of course, it wouldn't be a Melbourne event without great food (paella, gozleme and so much more)...last year, all of these elements brought together attracted a crowd of around 20,000 people.   There are a number of trams th...
Curvy Fashion in the Workplace
While many jobs now give us a greater degree of freedom in what we wear, there's still the expectation that your clothes will be neat and conservative...which is hard when your personality is better suited to alternative, funky statement pieces! While the Fairy Floss range is primarily designed to capture the essence of Byron Bay, nature, party vibes and the things you love doing during your free time, FairyLuscious has a few pieces that are perfect for people who love to express their unique style at work too.     The Oriental Goddess Top has three quarter sleeves and a simple cowl neck...
Plus Size Models We Love
We love seeing gorgeous curvy girls celebrating their bodies; here's five who have made their body love into a career. 1. Jennie Runk "I feel compelled to show girls who are going through the same thing that it's acceptable to be different. You will grow out of this awkwardness fabulously. Just focus on being the best possible version of yourself and quit worrying about your thighs, there's nothing wrong with them."   2. Tess Holliday “To me it’s just a word, but it wasn’t until I discovered the body positive community that I became OK with it. I’ve been called fat my whole life. I...
Why You Need to Rock Your Curves
The "ideal" body type, or the desire to be thin, is very much a cultural construct. A study was done in the nineties where people from the South Pacific were shown a Western movie, and they simply could not understand why the main character was chasing a skinny blonde in a bikini rather than a larger woman. In Morocco, Saharawi brides use weight gain drugs and eat as much as possible in the weeks leading up to their wedding (including drinking liters and liters of camel's milk) in order to get bigger curves. Before an anorexic empress in the 18th century made being thin fashionable, a slend...
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