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the show opened with an inspiring short film... which preceded a show that did not quite live up to the hype of its introduction... flop or not:
but there were plenty of racy models...

CHRISTINE  - very russian inspired
this looked gorgeous on the runway - reasoning well why you come to the shows

I discovered Megan Park at this very festival 2 years ago. I went home and opened Vogue and there she was! This Australian designer is fast becoming one of my favorites (
if you are familiar with any of my work - you can see why I love Megan Park so much.  Her attention to detail gives me titillate! (didn't think that word was in my vocabulary)

shimmie pants! this were outrageous! love
... though not quite sure what was hanging off her jacket...
go the red heads ;)
Nicola Finetti showcased ready-to-wear collection without the oomph! fail.
Ginger & Smart cleverly paired their chic designs with a Parisienne feel - cigarettes and all!
Manning Cartell had a fun Oriental theme. The conical Asian hats looked sharp and elegant pulled low over the models faces, only revealing bold lips
Front Row. I dare say was more inspirational than the fashion on the catwalk
I love the bodice on this gorgeous lace Thurley dress

the models after the show were hilarious:

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