Friday, 15 May 2015


Wow. What another amazing and inspiring night. Tak-un-da (aka TK)  opened the runway with some urban hip hop vibes setting the mood for the evening. With nine designers for Thursday night I got comfortable with my dates (and TFV contributors) Jess Rolfe and Jess Harmc, ready to take it all in. 

Hana Apparel Design 
Neda Alemohammad stunned the crowd by presenting essentially walking art. Her creations featured beautiful prints and patterns with ethnic influences. The styling for the run way also pushed the envelope with amazing plaited hair detail and face masks and strong makeup for the models. Her garments showed unexpected elements of interest with low backs or added detail such as fringing.   

The Label 
Another stand out from day two hands down is Emma O'Rourke's label, called "The Label". This neutral palette collection was so cohesive and beautiful. The garments highlighted all the right assets and showed a sexy side while also remaining classic. The palette was a neutral, black, white and cream making her garments so easy to integrate into your wardrobe. We think Emma is one to watch. She will give existing labels like Cameo and Finders Keepers a run for their money.

Rockstars and Royalty
Rockstars and Royalty is no stranger to Fashfest. This year it did not disappoint what the crowd has known to expect of the label. Think big, princess dresses with delicate details. Designer Vicky Kidd-Gallichan created romance with red delicate chiffon  in a gradient fade effect, highlighted with roses. Overall a dreamy collection fit for any queen going to a ball. 

We can't wait to share more images with you taken by Jess Harmc! Now to get ready for night three. 


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