Hair is frantically being re-reddened and outfits are being vetoed. I am nonetheless a bit excited.
Today I went past the tents at Circular Quay which were bustling with preparations for tomorrow.
Will be attending several shows on behalf of the online editors at the magazine publishing house where I work.....will try and do some blogposts if I get the chance.
Meanwhile, today I was simply passing by on my way to the finger wharves at Walsh Bay where a fabulous free exhibition called Wool Modern was being hosted.
The exhibition came about as a representation of the Campaign for Wool, the Patron of which is the Prince of Wales and it features many fantastic international designers showcasing the best that wool in design has to offer and to encourage new generations of designer to use wool in their own work and support the wool industry.
Here is some of what we saw:
Knit Monster by Sibling
I want a Mohawk!
"This is how you pronounce Lanvin...."
Teaching the cousins how to do Blue Steel.
The dress on the right with the coat fixed to the front is by J.JS Lee and the Jacket on the left is by Ellery.
3 attractive heads.
- Vintage Ken Done shirt dress: scored for $6 at Rockdale Vinnies
- Black leather plaited belt: hand-me-down from a friend
- Blue suede creepers by Underground London from ASOS
- Black leggings from Evans
- Black top by Mela Purdie