Fashion Week- Day 1

Hey Grunge Kids,

Day 1 live from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week 2017! 
Just gotta give a quick thank you to Imanifest, they're an independent creative industries group that get artists and bloggers like myself to amazing events like Fashion Week! A brief overview of today, IT WAS AMAZING! I sat 1st row for 'Thomas Puttick' and 'Double Rainbuu' collections. I also met some amazing people and have a few new collaborations coming soon! Here are the details of what I wore before I begin the runway madness:

Look 1-
Mesh Shirt: ASOS
Sequin T-Shirt/Jeans- ZARA
Shoes- Kokopie Store
Earrings/Bag- Colette by Colette Hayman

Thomas Puttick's MBFW Collection 17'
Seeing Puttick's collection was breathtaking, such quality, flowing materials used to emphasise the femininity of the muse. 

Designer Bio: Thomas Puttick is a luxury womenswear label established in Sydney,

Australia. The brand is driven by its vision for a more positive future of

fashion. Redefining luxury to be more than just the way something looks

with an ethos to create clothes that make you feel as happy as those who

produced them.

Double Rainbuu Collection 17'




Double Rainbuu's collection was a splash of refreshing colour and textiles. I loved the combinations of print clashing the shows stylistic approach was very "Vintage Granddad" 

Designer Bio:

Double Rainbouu is a beach and resort wear brand founded in January 2016 by Toby Jones and Mikey Nolan, former art and creative directors at cult denim label Ksubi. The alternative for beach babes and pool punks who belong in the sun. All textile print designs are created in house by the duo and reflect a life spent by the beach and all that it represents. ‘Because the beach in Australia is such a huge aspect of everyone’s lives, it doesn’t just mean one thing. There’s the city beach. Then you’ve got the small town beaches. Deserted beaches and crappy suburban beaches.’ Double Rainbouu aims to reflect all of them, with a cheeky grin. ‘It’s everyday life, not paradise.’ 

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