This runway season we’ve seen the classics and moderns enmesh in a reimagining of femininity. The two trends to focus on this A/W: Fur and Androgyny.
Milan Fashion Week has kicked off over in Italy, and it certainly has the fashion world in a tizzy. The Moschino Barbie themed runway aimed to please; with pink being the dominating colour, there was plenty of tule and teased hair.
On Monday I dropped by the Nike Tech Pack Studio in Melbourne, and my god the space is incredible! Not only is the visual merchandising and product displays state of the art, but the technology displayed on the walls and general atmosphere is something I have never experience in a pop-up store.
After indulging in Runway 1, and the dramatic, artistic designs that ensued, Designer Runway 2 was a breath of spring fresh air. Channelling a 90s minimalist vibe, each Australian designer showcased their breadth within the current fashion trends of pop-art, pastel palettes and leather/neoprene fabrics. Carly Hunter, YB J’AIME, Alice McCall, LIFEwithBIRD, Neo Dia, Kahlo, Manning Cartell, LUI HON and Willow took to the runway at Melbourne Town Hall.
Monochrome, structure and opulence are words that perfectly describe the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (MSFW) Runway 1, on Tuesday night. Housed in the historical Melbourne Town Hall, Anaessia, AURELIO COSTARELLA, Carla Zampatti, DOM BAGNATO, Gwendolynne, JASONGRECH, Michael Lo Sordo and nicolangela were featured on the runway. Models donned some of their most dramatic couture pieces, with a standout being JASONGRECH’s black number: