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October 2016

Events

WOOD by Ross Potter

October 25, 2016
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Fremantle-based visual artist Ross Potter is best known for his detailed sketches of Fremantle’s iconic buildings, but for his latest exhibition entitled WOOD Potter turns his attention to the organic world. The exhibition explores finding and appreciating beauty in the most unexpected and simplest forms and was inspired by a small twig given to Potter by his two-year-old nephew. In this exhibition Potter pushes the scale of his graphite on watercolour paper works to amplify the intricate details found on the…

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Coastline Workouts

October 14, 2016
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Growing up in Mauritius meant that I spent the most part of my childhood and adolescence being active, on the beach or in the water. You would assume that living 10 minutes away from the beach in Perth I would have a similar lifestyle, but sadly for lack of motivation, time and bad weather I just haven’t had the same connection with the coastline. However, Perth did grace us with a few sunny days these last few weeks and I took the…

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Events

TPFF 2016 Empire Rose

October 3, 2016
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Mesmerised and enthused is the best way to describe how I felt at this year’s Empire Rose show at Telstra Perth Fashion Festival. The setting alone had me giddy, with a canopy of vintage bulbs and coloured globes suspended over the catwalk, as an ode to TV’s newest cult show Stranger Things. Models with wispy cotton hair were adorned in sequin bomber jackets, vintage band tees, clashing prints and sparkly Swarovski encrusted veils created by Reny Kestel. Designer Kathryn Cizeika outdid herself yet…

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TPFF16 New Generation

October 2, 2016
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Showcasing the best up-and-coming local designers, the New Generation runway show at Telstra Perth Fashion Festival is one I always look forward to for its creativity and innovation due to the designers not yet facing the same commercial constraints that established designers do. This year’s show certainly did not disappoint with long time favourites Rosemaree White and Elle Campbell showcasing alongside Tamara Loo, Lyndal Malarkey and Remi Lane. The show was set against the coolest little neon house, which evoked that sense of creativity…

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