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 Undoubtedly the most creative and fashion forward L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival show in all my years attending. There was so much magic and aw from the epic production down to the raw edge stitching. The beautiful Sureka of streetstyle blog The Girl Can Shoot, became my tweeting mentor through the week, so by the time Toni Maticevski debuted his masterpieces I was hash-tagging and tweeting about the images that were being invoked on the runway - from Parisian Vampires to Washed up Mermaids... Each garment was like an unfinished Fairytail
I was so engrossed in the beauty, that the only images I managed captured were the in-between looks, because the rest had left me breathless
Tweeted: " raw edge Parisian vampires "
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" the models skin glitters like sunkisses night walkers details "
"Master draping washed up  "

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