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11 Feb 2011 | By: For-Tomorrow | For-Tomorrow Media, Trimapee
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Please view all new Trimapee product within our product categories, http://www.F-T.com.au/catalog/.

Includes Material Boy, Alpha 60, Illionaire, Romance Was Born, Trimapee and TV.



13 Dec 2009 | By: For-Tomorrow | Shoes, Trimapee
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Photo’s taken by Trimapee in their new store called The Cubical Confessions @ QV (Melbourne)





The show was held in Melbourne’s pop-up venue ‘The Factory’, an old foundry warehouse located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD on the 4th September, 2009 @ 8:00pm.

It’s funny that in Australia we have the same S/S collections showing in three times, Sydney twice (RAFW, RSFF) and Melbourne once (MSFW), yet the only A/W runway show available is in Melbourne (LMFF), which is opened publicly. Runway shows are always expensive for the designers but if there was some way to incorporate a public fashion festival with an industry event, held during September/October for A/W collections, that would be somewhat good news for Australian fashion.

Pictures care of MelbourneStreetFashion



Shown as part of the Independent Runway show on Friday 20th March 2009.

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19 Dec 2008 | By: For-Tomorrow | A/W 2009, Lookbook shots, Trimapee
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After a successful S/S run, this is the second range we’ve carried through for the store. For-Tomorrow has been studying this range and will be proud to offer pre ordering on select pieces below.Please sign up here (http://www.f-t.com.au/catalog/login.php) to receive first pick of the stock when it goes live.

Any website reproducing these images is to source us first, thank you.

Media release soon to come.


This season delves into the deep complex nature of beauty and the perception of beauty, whilst exploring the themes of metamorphism, perfection and imperfection. It is here that Trimapee toys with the idea of playing “God” by morphing the beautiful to the ugly and the ugly to the beautiful. Trimapee adopts this Frankenstein approach to design this Spring Summer, as the garment are dissected, cut and paste and re-assembled in an unconventional manner. The collection features beaufitful soft fabrics which hang freely and drape from the body, whilst light-weight cottons, …

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