TPFF: Street Style

Little Miss Mon Bon street style
Chloe Poliwka, Pegasus unicorn street styleWhite high tops

What everyone is wearing to the shows is just about as important as what the designer is sending down the runway.




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Street style at fashion week(s) around the world have inspired many an outfit. 
Let’s be honest here, what everyone is wearing to the shows is just about as important as what the designer is sending down the runway (if not more!)

One of my fool proof ways to cure a bout of outfit block is to type those two magic words into Google. (Actually, it’s pretty much the way I solve all of life’s problems!!) I did a bit of style stalking at Fashion Central over the TPFF weekend to hopefully help you next time the disease strikes (it’s a serious issue!) There was plenty to see, with Perth fashionistas turning up the style factor. Bright colours, crop tops, monochrome and designer bags aplenty!!

                                                                    
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TPFF: Future Runway

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Hi-Vis Fashion. The next big thing?

 It is always so refreshing to see the imaginations of the next generation of local fashion designers come alive.



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Charissa Schlink dress
My Favourite look: Charissa Schlink’s Evening Wear design.
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Sheridan Savage’s winnning creation for Ready To Wear Womens category. (R)
Costume design category at Future runway
Quirky Costume Design.
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Eco design at TPFF
Bright and colourful Eco Design look.
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Every year one of my favourite shows at the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival (TPFF) is the student runway. Fashion design students get creative to showcase their best designs across six categories. It is always so refreshing to see the imaginations of the next generation of local fashion designers come alive.
My personal favourite(s) from the night were the two dreamy creations by Polytechnic West student, Charissa Schlink, which is actually no surprise because I have been a fan of her fun fashion label, Birds On A Wire for a while!

Congratulations to all the winners and I can’t wait to follow your fashion journey!

The winners of each category:

Women’s ready to wear: Sheridan Savage, WAAPA
Men’s ready to wear: Rini Teng, Central Institute
Hi Vis Fashion: Alexandra Xu, Curtin University
Evening wear: Jessica Moro, Curtin University
Costume: Jessica Moro, Curtin University
Eco Design: Cordelia Gibbs, Curtin University
Top Student 2014: Jessica Moro, Curtin University
Top Student 2014: Jessica Moro

Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for more from the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival!

                                                                    

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