In Melbourne Trinny and Susannah scour the city to see if its reputation as Australia’s fashion hotspot is spot on. By train, tram or platform heel, they stop at nothing to find fashion failures and uncover Melbourne’s shameful style sins. They find that ‘Melbourne black’ is out in force and isn’t necessarily a passport to chic. And like the other Aussie cities they’ve visited, when women feel down their style suffers along with their self-esteem. Joining their mission is a ‘rock chick’ mum petrified of losing her identity, a country girl who looks like a female version of Crocodile Dundee, a breast cancer survivor looking for a fresh start, a grandmother who hasn’t worn a dress in almost 40 years and a landscape gardener whose fluro yellow uniform makes her a beacon for bad taste.