Meet the model with cat eye syndrome

The rare disorder gives her a "cat-like" appearance, which got the attention of British fashion photographer Nick Knight.

He first spotted the 29-year-old from Seattle on Instagram and she's since starred in V Magazine.

"It's been the most beautiful whirlwind of my life," she tells Newsbeat.

Cat eye syndrome is also called Schmid-Fraccaro syndrome.

PNG Fashion Week appoints new boss

Kelegai is the National Director and Founder of World Supermodel PNG and has been in the fashion and events industry for over 10 years both locally and internationally.

PNG Fashion Week Co-Founder and Director Sally Vuli Napolioni acknowledged the outgoing committee for their hard work and efforts in 2016.

She said it was an honour to work with other Papua New Guineans committed to partnership and entrepreneurship.

Ivanka Trump brand will shut down jewelry line

Abigail Klem, president of the first daughter's brand of companies, confirmed to The New York Times Monday that Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry is being discontinued. Instead, the company will focus its efforts on costume jewelry, with a more accessible price point.

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Radio personality Douglas Dimagi pays tribute to late Hau’ofa

Radio personality and current co-host of the famous FM100 Talkback Show, Douglas Dimagi has paid tribute to radio legend the late Roger Hau’ofa.

K7,000 award for top performing students

Kari the fashion doctor

Jim Kari is in his second year of residency at the Port Moresby General Hospital.

And even amidst the pressure of the medical field, the 25 year old Southern Highlander still has time to design and sew clothing.

“I’ve always been intrigued by designs and patterns so yes, I sew, paint, screen print, apart from trying to be a certified doctor,” he said.

Kari’s passion began early in life but he only started putting it into action in his second year at the medical school.

A rare opportunity for local designers!

This time, it’s the runway in Macau, China, among other international designers.

National Director, Philma Kelegai, has described this as an amazing opportunity “to be catapulted into the world stage of high end fashion”.

She is now making a general call out to interested designers.

Those who secure a space in the local World Supermodel PNG pageant would also be judged separately apart from the contestants on May 6.

Fashion comp inspires 20yo

The 20-year-old is one of the seven designers competing in Lamana Gold Club’s ICE PNG FASHION 2016.

This annual competition presents a platform for models and designers both, where Yaruso joined last year, trying for both categories.

This year though, the young boy from Northern Province is focusing on his passion to design.

He has turned heads with his Dyarlli brand.

In the last heat, Yaruso modelled his own design, showing off a funky cool look for the PNG Musician Performance category.

Could this be what our faces will look like in the future?

The brain integrates ourselves into a functioning, unconscious whole. We feel the cladding only when something goes wrong, something as simple and universal as an infestation of lice. Then the contours of the head become very apparent and our goal -- eradication and oblivion -- becomes imperative.

Melbourne Cup 2016: Punters go mad for hatters and headwear

Milliners and men's hatters are cashing in on the popularity of headwear and say the racing season is their busiest time of year.

"Without Melbourne Cup Carnival we wouldn't survive. That's the crux of it," milliner Kim Fletcher said.

I would make at least 80 per cent of my income at this time of year."

Ms Fletcher has lost count of the hats, fascinators and headbands she has made in her crowded workshop this year, but is confident of one thing: it is all a bit of fun.

Muslim model Mariah Idrissi breaking down barriers in fashion world

She did not know it then, but that was to be a turning point in her life.

The woman was Coralie Rose, a street casting director who hunts out fresh new talent among the crowds of ordinary people in this huge city.

"I'm looking for people who remind me of myself," she said.

"I come from a mixed race family. And when I was growing up there were very few people of colour or mixed race families on TV and it's always something I've wanted to see more of."

She saw that in Idrissi when she walked by wearing a hijab and a nose ring.