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1. Introduction:

How the ‘runway that never was’ came about through Vision Australia’s partnership with Melbourne Fashion Festival…

2. Pre Show notes:

We set the scene for the Melbourne Fashion Festival: the hall, the designers, the models and the runway.

3. The Runway - First Designer:

Hansen and Gretel’s Autumn Winter 2020 Collection: showcasing pastel pinks with neutral shades, and contrasting tailored and flowing pieces.

4. The Runway - Second Designer:

By Johnny’s Autumn Winter 2020 Collection: introducing bright shades of red, fuchsia and bubblegum pink with puff sleeves and exaggerated bows at the waist and neck.

5. The Runway - Third Designer:

Bul’s Autumn Winter 2020 Collection: focussing on sheers, blues and lilacs with boxy and tailored pieces and an emphasis on outerwear.

6. The Runway - Fourth Designer:

Torannce’s Autumn Winter 2020 Collection: continuing the trend of puffed sleeves, fine check patterns and outerwear, in a palette of black and tan, with visible buttons, echoes of the mackintosh and shiny fabrics.

7. The Runway - Fifth Designer:

We Are Kindred’s Autumn Winter 2020 Collection: featuring romantic floral patterns as well as one-tone outfits in black and neutral. Like many of the other outfits presented layers and ruffles are a key detail.

8. The Runway - Sixth Designer:

Leo & Lin’s Autumn Winter 2020 Collection: making frequent use of a transparent PVC check-material layered over satin fabrics, as well as a bold black on white pattern.

9. The Runway - Seventh Designer:>

Kate Sylvester’s Autumn Winter 2020 Collection: introducing clean yet loose masculine tailoring and drapey dresses, using plain but textured fabrics with pops of pastel.

10. The Runway - Eighth Designer:

Alice McCall’s Autumn Winter 2020 Collection: reflecting the evening’s trends of Broderie anglais, chiffon, lace and ruffles mixed with romantic patterns and shades of indigo and pastels leading into The Grand Finale!


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