New Brisbane Labels Tagged At Uber
With its luxurious lounges, chilled atmosphere and glass chandeliers West End’s Uber was the perfect place for a local fashion show on Saturday March 10.
The Tagged fashion event drew a young and trendy crowd eager to see new collections from labels Don’t Tell Fannie, Zukoh and the Latin Clothing Co.
The catwalk saw a range of elegant summer dresses, trendy rock chic, and a range of casual office attire bringing together frills and checks in retro designs.
A range of cocktail dresses impressed by being revealing yet still discrete, and of course there was a variety of attire for a young women’s nightlife.
The small scale of the event allowed for an intimate atmosphere as viewers could sit on cushions right under the catwalk and take photos of the models and designers with their collections on the floor after the show.
The showcase was a brilliant presentation of some of the up and coming designers Brisbane has to offer.
Zipporraâ€™s Spring/ Summer 2012 collection was launched to media and the public on November 18th in Skittle Lane, Sydney CBD.
Splashes of colour and ferocious combinations of textiles and prints.
Skittle Lane was transformed into an image of colour and splendour â€“ adding a touch of Zipporra style to the space and the existing installation was enhanced by talented artists Heidi Axelsen, Hugo Moline and Adriano Pupilli.
Zipporra is Karen Fulton â€” she completed her studies at FBI Fashion Collage, in Glebe, Sydney and and in July Karen backpacked around Europe for 7 months.
Karen arrived home from Europe early 2010 passionate and ready to start her label. She completed two internships, at Ellery and Kirrily Johnston.
In April of 2010, she entered into the â€˜Fashion on the Parkâ€™ design competition, in which she was placed 2nd, which was a wonderful experience, before being asked to showcase her range along side other emerging designers at, The National Breast Cancer Awareness Event, held in the Ivy Sunroom, on the 11th of September 2010.