Jacket & boots (custom made), Dress & hat (vintage), Necklace (mimco)
This is what I wore to another of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week’s designer runway shows.
Probably the closest to my natural style of dressing & I love that even though the neckline is unsuitably plunging, the hemline is longer, which makes it (slightly) less trash. I chose to counter-act this of course with trash leopard boots but the sentiment remains. I wore the same hat twice in a row (same jacket too) but this was probably my favourite way of styling them.
Some guy with a video camera asked if he could video me while I was sitting waiting for the show and I of course, politely obliged. I realise now how embarrassing this footage will be if it ever airs anywhere because I was so early to the show that I was sitting all on my own, with not another person near me, possibly in the entire frame. Perhaps a story on how it’s important to be tardy at Fashion Week?
The article I wrote for Spook Magazine, called “Life in the Second Row” is up for reading now, click here for my spiel. Writing is something I used to do quite frequently, but now like many areas of my brain, it’s not regularly exercised and thus dying a slow death.