I spent most of Saturday dodging the rain with fellow All Of the Above-ers Cameron Etchells, Sam Enticknap and Ana Zarac from Scene Models on a tropicana photoshoot adventure. Here are a few sneaky Instagram snaps for your viewing pleasure. To keep up to date with more behind the scenes Instragram action follow me via @Dropstitch.
Ana Z wears Empire Rose top, skirt from MannerBorn.com.au, vintage necklaces and scarf from MoMo’s Vintage
Butcher & The Crow dress worn under Shelly Tindale chain dress with Kobe Husk for Zara Bryson boots
Dress by Butcher & The Crow, top by Jameen Zalfen, collar by Katherine Dunmill
Dress by Peppermint Milk
Shorts by Wild Horses, top by Hannah McGrath
Top by Jameen Zalfen, dress by Steph Audino
Apologies for the lack of recent posts, I’ve been busy…
This September Western Australia’s creative communities will come together to help fight the leading cause of death in Australia, uniting for Remedy, a fundraiser for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation. Presented by All Of The Above Creative in collaboration with 140 William, Remedy will feature work by some of our state’s most coveted designers and artists, including Garth Cook, Little Gracie, Andy Quilty, Pippa McManus, Alushia Sanchia, Wild Horses and Becca. Taking over the AOTA Studio on Friday, September 14, at 6pm Remedy will include a silent auction and runway show, allowing ticket holders to bid on one-off garments and artworks, plus donated items from an array of designers who promise to be the stars of this year’s forthcoming Perth Fashion Festival. Tickets are on sale now for $20 from Pigeonhole’s store at 140 William, and from the All Of The Above Creative Studio (open from Wed-Sat, 11am-4pm).
Big thanks to my amazing All Of The Above collaborators for helping create these amazing campaign images/video for Remedy, shot on location at the Jones family’s Geraldton Wax farm <3
Designed by famed Bulgarian architect Iwan Iwanoff back in 1976, Dianella’s Marsala House is a retro futuristic mansion that looks like something out of Saturday Night Fever or Logan’s Run. Once I’d seen photos of Marsala’s exterior and interior I fell instantly in love with its 70s charm, and knew it would be an incredible location for a photoshoot.
After a bit of internet snooping I managed to get in contact with the lovely owners of Marsala who let my team and I invade their home in the name of fashion. These pictures are the result. Hope you dig!
Above: shirt and shorts by Felicity Vaughn. Below: dress from Pigeonhole, collar by Katherine Dunmill
Vintage brassiere, Cameo skirt from Pigeonhole, necklace (worn as headband) from Zara Bryson
While gallery sitting at the All Of The Above Creative Studio last Saturday, Libby Edwards, Rebecca Joanne and myself teamed up for a quick shoot with the beautiful Adele, featuring garments from Pigeonhole, Zara Bryson and local designers Felicity Vaughn and Katherine Dunmill. All creative talent represented by All Of The Above.