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Last Friday night was the launch of ARTWEAR - an exhibition showcasing fashion as art form through the eyes of each artist. The Brunswick Street Gallery proved again why it is a hot spot for young and emerging artists, with the crowd swelling as the night unfolded. I was there to support friend and colleague, John Taklakolgou, who's ethereal netted dress made from the simple shower loofa, reminded me of the beach, drift wood, washed up nets, surf and sand - ultimately, my home of Byron Bay
Although I could only take a couple of hours out of my hectic work schedule to attend the event, the works on display were nourishing to my creative soul
I wore the 2tone Neon dress from my current Spring collection (made-to-order here) / Carla Zampatti altered jacket / Marc Jacobs watch / ASOS & H&M bracelets / River Island Satchel / Urban Sole wedge

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