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A little bit shagadelic, a touch of chic and a whole lotta 80's - Famous for Fashion Chapel st runway was not just eye popping, but purely entertaining 
We shot the entire L'Oreal fashion event using the new Samsung Galaxy camera, edit and all - including the upload and post to the blog. If you follow me on instagram, twitter or Facebook, the instant upload from runway to media on the HD super clear screen is very smooth
Thank you to AMPR Melbourne for having us -another fabulous event to mingle with our peers. Saci and I both wore samples from my Autumn Winter 2013 collection - available soon right here 

I loved all the quilting on the runway, especially this oversized Alice McCall jacket. Gorman, Shag, Cylk and Shakuhachi showed off brights and embellishments to love

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