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Romance Was Born (Detailed Shots) – Spring/Summer 2010/11 @ Rosemount Australian Fashion Week

6 May 2010 | No Comment

After a suspenseful delay, the show erupted into life gradually through a series of effects: smoke began to creep down a runway constructed by soil and rocks, from an entrance framed by artificial trees and shrubbery; simultaneously, the animal noises which had been playing during the seating procedure grew louder, lover-layered by sounds of tribal drums. This prehistoric theme was reinforced further when the models appeared one by one dressed in flamboyant and vibrantly coloured pieces. They each had large gold claws attached to their fingernails, but this was the only real similarity. Every single model, male or female, had been made up with different eccentric make up and hair styles. The outfits although adhering to the same theme were vastly different, with the exception of a reoccurring multicoloured print. One model was painted black, one female model on a male model’s shoulders, one hidden almost entirely by a volcano structured dress, to name a few. The finale was also unconventional, the music changing to a typically 80s Madonna song and with every model walking in formation down the runway at once, much like a pack of dinosours.

Media coverage by For-Tomorrow Productions and Photography by Blake Azar Photography and Samuel Willett

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