melb street fash.

T-Shirt (DIY Supre), Jacket (Bardot), Skirt, boots, belt & bag (vintage), Bow (Twin Cat Collection)

I’ve suddenly got these outfit posts out of order, however just thought I’d post Friday night’s Melbourne Spring Fashion Week outfit now as I found this picture on I was pondering whether the sequin jacket was too much, but it turned out to be a good career move, haha, as on arrival at the event I was snapped by a bunch of street fashion photographers (and Japanese tourists who thought the commotion was because I was famous?)

Friday’s show was my favourite, with labels like Alpha60, Claude Maus, Trimapee, Limedrop, Jack London & Fat. I also really enjoyed Alice McCall, Akira and surprisingly Collette Dinnigan, during the week’s shows.

I sent off my copy for Spook Mag late Friday night so I’ll let you know when my self-deprecating, “what it’s like to wing your way into fashion week” article is up. For lots of great photos and rundowns on the designers, visit OhJamie or SeaofGhosts.

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3 Responses to melb street fash.

  1. I’m so devastated that I didn’t attend any shows this years. First time in so long. The Alpha60, Claude Maus etc show sounds amazing! Love your outfit, the jacket looks great 🙂 Also, congratulations on your store opening, you did a wonderful job!

  2. dont regret wearing that sequin jacket, you look amazing!!! and you wore one of your bows…lovelove!!


  3. kerry says:

    i think it was a great move :)!!!!! standing out is the best idea 🙂 near impossible to not do that in that fabulous sequin jacket. i love it!!!

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