Every man about town is currently talking about Uncovering The Brisbane Look.
A thirty minute fashion documentary.
Edited from 24 hours of fashion footage from all sorts of stalwarts in the Queensland Fashion Industry.
It's narrated by Kirstie Clements, a previous editor of Vogue Australia.
Directed by Hailey Bartholomew.
It can be challenging living in sub-tropical conditions.
I have been waiting three years to wear my silk Chanel scarf, because even
the winter's are too oppressive.
I'm scared I'll sweat on it.
Forget winter coats.
This high pressure system happens pretty much all year around.
So with a nod to all things creative in fashioning headpiece frippery
I am eagerly awaiting the viewing, tomorrow night.
I got this lovely invite in my Inbox.
I am going with Starr, who is not afraid to make a statement.
Celebrating individuality and not merely trends gets my vote.
Where else can I wear a $15 Indian caftan to the chalkface
and get the most amount of compliments I have ever had.
And pop a pink flamingo on a patio.
I'll be wearing this balloon skirt style poodle print dress from Easton Pearson
who voice their opinions in the short film.
I'll show you the finished look soon.
That pink thing underneath is my house frock, don't panic.
I bought it years ago, on Sale. As a nod to the house model.
I later saw it referred to
in an interview with the duo expressing how sometimes they need
to keep a check on their creative ideas in relation to the business plan.
It was point in case.
I'd be lying if I didn't love it even more because of this.
Lidia Pearson and Pamela Easton are lifers in fashion.
I think you would like their work.
Frankly, it's not all do-able, but it just stands alone.
Harper's Bazaar's in the creative style loop this month.
It's all happening for the creative types.
We are vindicated.
No more minimalist sheaths for the minute.
See you after I uncover Brisbane.