M B F W A
Much to my excitement the giant game of dress-ups was upon us.
I had a wonderful and eventful week running around supporting local brands. To name a few of the events that unfolded - Ainsley Hansen (Hansen and Gretel) and Chloe Dunlop (She Made Me), close friends of mine had their first fashion shows. My gorgeous girl Roberta was deemed Queen of fashion week - walking in an astonishing 13 shows. I was lucky enough to see some of my favourite brands shows - the more theatrical ones, like Romance was Born. Shows with amazing styling like Double Rainbow or designs with gorgeous prints like Hansen and Gretel. Shows with incredible casting - and ofcourse the feathers, fluff, sequins, glitter and jewels of Alice Mccall, sass and bide and Dyspnea.
above: Dion Lee
above: Hansen and Gretel
above: Sass and Bide
Hair done by Darren Summors from Aveda
above: Bec and Bridge
I was lucky to have the gorgeous Jana Bartolo helping me with Styling throughout the week. After working on a few shoots with Jana and always watching her work, i saw her style was the epitome of what my imagination could conjure up for something like Fashion week, a Creative and Quirky melding pot of Street Wear, Australian Brands, Couture, Designer Labels and Fun socks. I learn a lot from working with stylists like Jana, we have a similar eye when it comes to clothing and brands - yet she knows how to tie something really out-there back with simple, gorgeous and effective accessories. I've learnt thats what really pulls together a “look” so Big Thankyou Jana for inspiring me and through example, teaching me some valuable things about creative styling.
below: She Made Me
above: Ginger & Smart
feeling very "BladeRunner"
@georgiafowler and big sis!
above: Dyspnea Show, on a Boat. The more fun and freeing event all week.
ft. mainly my doll @milliesavage
below: Romance Was Born
ME styled by Jana Bartolo.