The runway was littered with pale pink flower petals, backdrop of a white cherry blossom tree and guqin played by elegantly dresses players. The whole show had a Japanese feel to it. From the decorations to the designs. I absolutely adored the patterns that each of the designs, each of these patterns has a story of their own to tell the world. When made into the different design they transform the dresses, robes, skirts and tops into something more. Neautiful prints was not the only thing that was centre stage here. The lightness of each of the outfits that came down the runway. They all flowed into one another which…
This has been one of the most casual looks that walked down the runway of the season and I’m absolutely in love with it! This isn’t usually my style but I still loved it. I felt that there was just so much attitude and confidence that came down the runway. Something that really drew me into the looks rather than the actual style of the designs. What were your thought? images | indigital XO Lisa
Love love love it! There’s so much movement in each of these designs that came down the runway. I loved the lights and airy colours, the flow of the fabrics, silver pleats and light ruffles. Watching this collection was like seeing spring walking down the runway. I felt that I could feel the slightly warm breeze of the spring day and smell the newly blooming flowers. Blue skies with light breezes. The hair and makeup were on point! Sleeked back hair into buns with light neutral makeup. Just love it! image credit | indigital XO Lisa
Light and with a lot of movement was the stars of this collection. Christopher Esber is known for his precision tailoring & a forward thinking, innovative approach to textile development, structure & cut. I loved the movement that came with each of these designs, and how they all flowed. Watching these looks come down the runway they felt light and airy, perfect for the spring weather. Designer didn’t over do the tassels only adding edges of slits of the royal blue dress and the plain white number. I also loved that this collection is so versatile, can easily turn from a day look into a stunning event night look. What…
At this years Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia Client Liaison Deluxe they showcased their Champagne Affection collection. It showcased heavy 90s Australiana vibes, bright yellow pos of colour, stripes and oversized sweaters basically everything that was found in my parents wardrobes from when I was a kid. This has been a quite nostalgic collection! I’ve especially loved the way that this collection has been showcased! The show was shown on a red sandy beachside with overgrown grass and overturned Dinghies. images via indigital XO Lisa
Mixing and matching are one of the core ideas of Ten Pieces. Like their other collections, this Resort collection not only does each layer make a different outfit but the designs are fairly unisex. Inbetween the neutral colours there were pops of bright yellow and teal to brighten the otherwise monochrome collection. images via Vogue XO Lisa
A collection of mostly different shades of blues came down the runway for the Acler Resort 2019 show. There were pops of bright pink floor length gown with black ribbons cascading down the front and eyelet cut-outs around the waist. Muted mini floral prints, floor length dresses, high necks and puffed shoulders seemed like a theme throughout as well. The looks quickly flowed into jackets and attitude filled sunglasses! There were some of my favourite draping going on throughout. And I couldn’t help but love them! Some of my favourite looks from this collection were dark navy poked-dotted maxi with a string of white buttons down the centre and the…
Every year Raffles School of Design showcases a few of their graduating designers for their finals. I think that this year has really been my favourite out of all these years that I've been going to see them. There was a huge diversity if the looks and each designer really had their own points of view.
St.George NextGen is an initiative that is intended to provide a platform to discover and support emerging Australian fashion designers. By connecting these gifted individuals with an experienced panel of industry insiders, the program mentors Australian talent to help them hone a broad range of skills and elevate their profile through industry connections and ongoing business support
Beautifully crafted swimwear walked down the runway at the Jets show this season. I loved the colour combinations and of course the shapes. There was a bit a variety rather than all bikini's which I thought was a brilliant idea to fit the different types of women. Deep navy, blacks and burgundy were very eye-catching colours that I don't normally associate with swimwear.
Blair Archibald had his debut at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia a huge hit and displayed his immense talent. His Resort collection named Season Six – The Last Knitting Mill was essentially a progression from his winning capsule of six looks made for the local iteration of the Woolmark Prize.