TPFF Wrap Up.
With a few of our favourite Australian designers coming together to put on one hell of a show it was always going to be a treat. The combination of soft silks in 90's silhouettes from Bec & Bridge followed by glorious sequins and pink tartans from Empire Rose it was an array of eclectic styles that we will be wearing all next season.
It's always a treat to see what the next generation of local designers is sending down the runway, never failing to impress us the innovate use of denim teamed with a sports-luxe edge in this creation had us wanting more. We also had our eye on mustard and navy tones which were a consistent theme throughout the collections.
Styled with mix-matched heels and vibrant colours the Future Runway collections described in three words would have to be frothy popsicle fun. Floaty fabrics and feminine cuts gave an exciting new contrast the androgynous styles that have been dominating current trends.
FLANNEL x ONE FELL SWOOP
Two of our favourite WA labels teamed up for an ethereal show which had us dreaming of holidays on tropical islands. Flannel showed a strong collection of basics with a luxe twist but it was One Fell Swoop that stole the show with their new line of no - fuss but gorgeous bridal wear, perfect for the modern and style conscious bride. Definitely one of the week's standouts!
CLOSING NIGHT: WHEELS AND DOLLBABY
This show was the definition of rock n' roll, oozing in sex-appeal with fiery red silks and strappy black heels from Betts. The models strutted down the catwalk full of confidence and empowerment. With a soundtrack performed by the Preatures and Divinyls, it was the perfect way to close the festival.