With Ian Thorpe and Michael Klim in the front row - it's sure to be a great show! *sarcastic*. The show at first seemed to be a little drab and dated. The tweed jacket below was cut well, but I'm not sure about the rubbish-bag dress!?
I enjoyed looking at the collection, even though there was nothing spectacular about it. I'm fascinated with the black blue-trimmed dress.
High Tea with Mrs Woo
This is pretty much the only thing I liked about the collection. It was just a little out there for me.
I liked the fabric used in the collection. Pretty dresses too :)
Lots of frills and soft whimsy dresses. I liked the creativity behind the dresses; none of them were typical.
Story of Tang
I think I found another favourite! Loved it all.
Cohen et Sabine
Take your pick from the many black dresses or this white dress.
High waists and the bigger the bow the better. I liked the use of the pockets on the dresses. Toward the end of the show it seemed to have turned very mod-inspired with it's bold colours and buttons.
The simplicity of this collection makes it all the more interesting. Everything was simply beautiful.
A fun, fresh and funky spring summer collection. They even had a few acrobats at the end of the show. Cute little dresses with bows and all models with their rosey cheeks were holding balloons - how can it not be happy.
Very lady-like and proper with dramatic poses by all the models. I loved the umbrellas!