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Source : Leiden MagazineIt’s no secret that we love Melbourne based illustrator, Johanna Dziadkiewicz‘s work. We have been honoured to collaborate with her for over a year now and to celebrate this milestone we thought it was high time you found out more about her. We caught up with Johanna to chat about her artistic practice and about some of her favourite illustrations so far.
Source : LostFourWords MagazineIf fashion doesn’t make you want to roll out of bed every morning, but music does, then think about immersing yourself in the FASHFEST experience this long weekend. More than 20 musicians and DJs bring their own sense of style to the stage, expressing and magnifying the garments designers have worked so hard to create
Source : Canberra TimesWith Canberra's big red carpet fashion event Fashfest only a week away, we decided to give it a try.
Source : City NewsTHE “Fashfest vs Hyper Real” pop up event will turn the NGA’s escalators into two towering runways as at least six fashion designers will explore the coming exhibition “Hyper Real’s” representation of humanity amplified, sending out models dressed in an eclectic range of fashion
Source : Chic On The RunDesigners Sheree and Emma from Lil and Emm have endured the ups and downs of launching a swimwear line in Australia. But it was all worth it. The besties went to showcase their amazing swimwear collection at New York Fashion Week in 2016. Now, Canberra is treated to a brand new lingerie collection by the two Aussies which is revealed at Fashfest as part of the Miss Winks collection.
Source : The Fashion VaultThere are many inspirational women out there who work hard to be successful. Their dedication and commitment is definitely something to be inspired by. Our first interview for this series is with Annie. For those who don't know, Annie is the owner and master mind behind MissWinks an online lingerie boutique stocking intimates, jewelry and gifts from independent and Australian designers
Source : Leiden MagazineAhead of FASHFEST this year we got our hands on a couple of products from sponsors Harlotte Cosmetics and Sukin Skincare. A fabulous fashion event like FASHFEST calls not only for a killer outfit but also a fab beauty look. We decided to have a play and come up with four looks to get you inspired for FASHFEST.
Source : The Riot ActFASHFEST Vs Hyper Real sees Canberra’s biggest fashion event draw inspiration from the weird, wonderful and uncanny artworks in the NGA’s upcoming summer blockbuster, Hyper Real, in a pop up parade featuring two towering runways. It’s also a sneak peek to what FASHFEST will roll out at this year’s red-carpet event.
Source : Out in sydneyThink FASHFEST. Think fashion. But if truth be told, thinking isn’t in tune. Unlike many runway shows, FASHFEST ‘doesn’t do’ piped-in music. It brings live musicians and DJs on deck to add another dimension and broaden the event’s appeal. In 2017, more than 15 live musical artists will bring designer fashion to life through pop, hip hop, soul, samba and more.
Source : Out in CanberraUnlike many runway shows, FASHFEST ‘doesn’t do’ piped-in music. It brings live musicians and DJs on deck to add another dimension and broaden the event’s appeal. In 2017, more than 15 live musical artists will bring designer fashion to life through pop, hip hop, soul, samba and more.
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