Fashion, film and food are our fixations here at FFF. This year, we have indulged in a menu of exquisite cinema canapes Audrey Hepburn would happily trade her Givenchy for. 


To Catch A Thief: Duck liver pate and shallot marmalade on route / Smoked salmon roulade with dill caper cream cheese / Truffle mushroom, feta and thyme tartlets by Soiree Catering.

The Devil Wears Prada: Cinnamon doughnuts Italian-style by Lucioli.

American Gigolo: Shrimp cocktail Prawns salad in Marie Rose sauce, iceberg lettuce and lemon / Petite cheese burgers / Beef patties, cheese, tomato chutney in mini buns / Mini pretzel rolls with kransky sausage & sauerkraut by Soiree Catering.

The Royal Tenenbaums: Mini Ruben sandwiches Pastrami, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, mustard on rye / Smoked salmon, caper cream cheese bagels / Pizza by the slice – Margherita style by Soiree Catering.

Diana Vreeland: Fresh strawberries and honeycomb with a rich chocolate dipping sauce by Academy.

At ALL FILMS: FFF x The Pop Institute Limited Edition Couture Corn - SWOON!

FFF's homage to Annie Hall

Claremont Quarter and Fashion Film Festival paid homage to one of fashion's most adorable fashion mavens - ANNIE HALL. 39 years after the film's release, it remains one of the most stylistically influential films of all time. We channelled Annie with new season Morrison, Saba and Sportscraft and got the low-down on all things Annie by the  Fashion Business Lecturer Lisa Piller. Thank you to Lucioli for our relish canapés and addictive ANNIE cocktails. Images Courtney McAllister.


The festival was thrilled to welcome Kellie Hush, editor of Harper's BAZAAR, to the second film of the Spring/Summer season - Diana Vreeland: The Eye Must Travel. Kellie and festival founder Elizabeth Clarke discussed the enduring influence of the style maven, whilst guests went gaga for new season fashion from Claremont Quarter, Barbagallo's chic Ferrari California T and the fab Vreeland-esque flowers created by Rebecca Grace.

Hot to POP! Our chic and delicious collab with The Pop Institute

During our Autumn/Winter 16 season, FFF x The Pop Institute treated guests to our Limited Edition Couture Corn – Salted Caramel A’La Mode. Highly addictive, you will have your chance to stock up on this sweet and salty treat when we launch our Couture Corn POP-UP at Claremont Quarter very soon. Stay tuned for more details.

Model wears MANNING CARTELL from Claremont Quarter - Photographer: Cheyne Tillier-Daly / Poushkine People Stylist: Elizabeth Clarke / Poushkine People Model: Karina White / Chadwick Models Hair:  Head Studio Makeup: SC Artistry.Location: With thanks to Hunters & Collectors Interiors Mosman Park