Last Saturday, Coach Australia invited me to celebrate the new Australian Coach flagship store at Chadstone, the Fashion Capital.
The Coach flagship store has undergone a major revamp and the result: warm, luxurious and inviting. To carry on their unique combination of American attitude and design, superior product quality and commitment to customer service, a Craftmanship Bar has been added so you can have all your leather goods personalised and cleaned. Which means, every time you purchase a leather bag from the Coach store, you can choose a cute leather tag and emboss your initials or name on it, with your choice of colour and font size.
To celebrate the launch, I have created a mini fashion editorial with the Coach girls, Chervil Tan and Summer Kane from Vivien’s Modelling agency wearing their latest and edgiest collection SS17. My favourite pieces are their leather and varsity bomber jackets.
Pleats in every shape and form, block coloured jumpsuits and shimmer is in!
Shooting outside the Michael Kors show was probably one of my biggest highlights as many of the outfits I spotted were low-key, simple layering and elegant. What’s your fave?
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The last day of NYFW 2016 was all about Marc Jacobs and dreads, but as for me I wanted to experiment more with light and shade to create more visually interesting images. I didn’t want my images to look perfect, but raw, moodier and more ‘in the moment’, and I couldn’t be more happier with my work on the last day at the Marc Jacob’s show.
I know its not my standard ‘clean and minimal’ style of editing but I’m really liking it. I guess at the end of the day, you have to ask yourself what are you trying to achieve and what story are you trying to tell. I added more green, contrast, grain and fades in my images to give my images a more edgier look.
Tell me what you think! xx
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