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Jack Huang takes a brand new, exciting approach to the non-gender unique aesthetic with cleaner lines and experimental shapes.The introduction trans-seasonal 2015 set launches itself into a much more practical and sporty sector of the current unisex sector. Hints cultural, of nostalgic futurism
Aspects, sci-fi movies and the underground scene are prevalent in the collection.Jack Huang is for the forward thinking individual who doesn’t necessarily play by the rules. The designer tries to make although trend aware.
Candi Sanderson is a women label which has a soul with an edge. Classic fits are modernized with beautiful fabrics, unusual cuts and layering, to
Create looks for girls who value quality, demonstration, and uniqueness.
Her debut collection, “Cegueira”, is motivated by Blindness, a book by Nobel Prize winner Jose Saramago. His exuberant imagination and clear-sightedness guided her layout
procedure, with appearances that represent human nature in its best and worst facets. The outcome is equally daring and elegant.
Worn is a Sydney based fashion label that is a exploration of concepts through layout by Catherine Conlan.Worn targets interchangeable layers that can be stripped back to realise that the garments in individual form.
The debut collection, All the time / Bjorn Again, is a thoughtful process of design and ratio with no limitations. Strong prints and daring silhouettes outline the range and
Jai Saunders’ eponymous label combines her knowledge of costume manufacturing and span garments with a slick, contemporary aesthetic; re-imagined with traditional elements to
Create a wardrobe that is sophisticated yet striking.
The debut collection ‘Babushka Time Travels to New York’ brings inspiration from photographic portraits of traditional Russian folk costume circa 1900 and transposing
those characters to the completely modern city of New York.
Mat Lee’s debut collection fuses lively proportions, relaxed tailoring, textures and quirky prints.Strongly influenced by design layout fabrics and making, Lee’s designs are a balance of technical contours and elements, focusing on developing and experimenting with
Screen-printed textures applied onto fabric.The utilization of foiling, flocking, strange plastics and inks paired with the complex embellishments are blended in using wearable structured garments developing a feeling of
Onticha is a womenswear new aiming to redefine tailoring in contemporary Australian fashion.This inaugural range is inspired by the designer’s dualistic lifetime experience of having lived in both a rustic rural atmosphere as well as an urban metropolis. In turn this’ purpose
Range is to underline the contrast of this natural free flowing curvature found in nature in comparison to stiff, angular urban architectural design.This theme of comparison is further appropriated to incorporate an eclectic selection of fabrics consisting of both synthetic and natural fibres. These include organic cotton, linen
And wool as well as plain nylon and woven synthetic plaid. Soft, gathered cuffs and waist lines are Utilized to represent elements of nature, which are juxtaposed against tailored
Angular lines that reflect urban structure.