I really love clothing that can double as poetic imagery; flowey maxi dresses that produce imagery of dainty clouds on a summer days, dark blue denim that doubles as a ominous storm cell and knit jumpers that look like a perfectly clear starry night sky. Imagine my delight when I first put on this jumper and realised that every movement bought on a new round of twinkling. Like Van Gogh's painting only better and much more wearable.
The best thing about this jumper is that the sequins are actually sewn into the knit rather than just being on top, which really enhances the whole sparkly effect and is surprisingly not at all scratchy (I hate scratchy sequins)
I can't even begin to explain just how exhausted I am, I've got my last runway show tonight and I can't determine which of my feelings is stronger; disappointment at the event being all over, or the fact that I won't in bed asleep by 8.30. LMFF has been one big adventure for me and I'm so ecstatic that I got to be a part of it, it's just making me more and more excited for Sydney Fashion Week which will be upon us all very soon.I hope you've been enjoying my tweets and instagram posts. And if you didn't have the pleasure of attending this wonderful event then I hope I've given you a little insight into the whole week. Big thanks to AMPR for allowing me to come, the wonderful city of Melbourne for having me and Mossman clothing for covering my last minute wardrobe needs. LMFF you have officially been owned.