Paris Fashion Week 2018 Altuzarra Street Style with the mirrorless Nikon Z7

I would normally stop and ask the model if I can direct and shoot them but this time to my surprise, I met this mega babe London Myers from New York who asked if I could take a photo with me! She has recently walked for Louis Vuitton, Balmain and even shot in Dior’s AW18 lookbook. Of-course I said yes, and then in return I asked if she could do a little short fashion film with me using the mirrorless Nikon Z7. Each individual clips were wifi onto the IPhone XS,  edited in INSHOT application and then uploaded here. Which means, there may be a slight loss of quality. Best way is to edit the film clips directly in Premier, but I wanted to test the wifi functionality which was lightening fast. 

Do you want to see more short films? Please comment below and let me know what you think.

 

Mirrorless Nikon Z7 featuring London Myers at Paris Fashion Week 2018

Street Style highlights from the Altuzarra runway show…..

MBFWA 2018 Opening Show Street Style Highlights

Today’s weather was horrendous to say the least but I’m glad it did not dampen my mood from capturing street style. In fact, the moments felt more natural and authentic which made it worthwhile being in the rain. 

To celebrate the opening of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, here are my favourite street style looks and moments which were shot for the City of Melbourne. Please seek my permission for usage by emailing hey@karenwoo.com.au with many thanks.

 

MBFWA 2018 Camilla and Marc Opening Show

Today we celebrated Camilla and Marc’s 15 years in business who opened the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week with a fully immersive show experience. Guests were transported an a beautiful Australian “rocky zen garden”. Sixty tonnes of sand were shipped in to create the 120 metre runway, bare rock and wind-stripped blossoms feature, reminiscent of arid Australian landscapes, yet giving a conceptual and futuristic appeal. If we take a look at Camilla and Marc’s latest design collection and styling, there were fringing, drapery metallic gowns, off the shoulder fitted tweed dress coats, oversized blazers, funnel sleeves, and denim pieces! If I may dare to say it had that “Balenciaga” inspired effect – masculine tailoring meets feminine silhouette. Even the accessories like the oversized bag and thigh high shoes were notable cool. Regardless, I loved that you can take any piece from the runway and restyle it in so different ways. I’m really digging the dress or blazer over the tight pants look.

April cover star of VOGUE Australia, CHARLEE FRASER, opened the show which I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing at the end of the show, and international supermodel, GEORGIA FOWLER was also seen walking the show.

Here are some of my favourite looks from Camilla and Marc’s resort 2018 collection. Enjoy!