Official Blogger for Sunday Best Market for TPFF
I am excited to announce that I am the Official Blogger for the Sunday Best Market for Telstra Perth Fashion Festival this year!
The Sunday Best Market features stalls from over thirty WA-based creatives. From WA designed fashion, jewellery, accessories, homewares, and art, you will be sure to find something you love. I will be sharing with you my wish list from the Sunday Best Market soon, so stay tuned for that.
The market is taking place at the beautiful Hackett Hall Gallery at WA Museum on Sunday, 30 August from 10am until 4pm, so mark your diaries. Drop by with friends, shop the stalls, pick up tickets to Telstra Perth Fashion Festival and enjoy a day out supporting local talent.
WHEN Sunday 30 August, 10am - 4pm
WHERE Hackett Hall Gallery WA Museum, Perth Cultural Centre, James Street, Northbridge
COST Free Entry
Hope to see you there!
Akira Isogawa’s show at Telstra Perth Fashion Festival last night was incredible. Having been a fan of Akira’s work for many years, I was expecting an amazing show, however I was blown away by how beautiful it was and how emotional it made me feel. Many of the audience members I spoke to felt the same way.
It was sensory overload at Jaime Lee Major’s Telstra Perth Fashion Festival runway on Thursday night. There were two unicorns riding skateboards by Perth artist Steven Buckles, an LED rainbow by Huntress and Hound and more embellishments than you can image. As you can imagine, it was an amazing sight to behold.
The show was sophisticated, the perfect beginning to Vietnamese designer Phuong My’s runway debut at Telstra Perth Fashion Festival.
French tunes set the scene at Empire Rose runway on Wednesday night. The packed venue was in for a treat as the second night of Telstra Perth Fashion Festival began.
I spoke to co-founders of the brand Convict, Karen Adie and Georgina Lewis, about their love for Australia, the raw outback and mutual love of handbags.