Garage Decadence

April 15th, 2012 by by | 6 Comments

On The Streets of Sydney fell in love with upcoming model Sarah Tarrant Kuang’s look the moment we set eyes on her and we knew we just had to shoot her. A little bit legendary 80′s model Jenny Howorth her look is like an updated Agyness Deyn, only with Pippy Longstocking-esque freckles that just beg to go uncovered by make-up. We shot the bleached blonde urchin in her native Melbourne one rainy day, the results of which are after the jump.

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August 25th, 2011 by by | 2 Comments

Osmosis. A darkness overhead, a feeling from within, something has been brewing in the petri dishes of Japanese designers for years now.

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Santa Monica Dreaming

April 13th, 2011 by by | 5 Comments

She lazes in the Winter sun and longs for Americana. For the days when cigarettes, burgers, and shakes were acceptable. For the first daring hip twists on the dance floor. For skirts above the knees and kissing on prime time. For attitude, for revolution, and for indulging in the fun life just because you could and your parents didn’t want you to…

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The Graduate

February 7th, 2011 by by , and | 11 Comments

Our three favourite designers from Whitehouse and UTS’s graduating class of 2010 were given the On The Streets Of Sydney Editorial treatment. A massive team, an epic location and some of the best images we have created thus far even if we do say so ourselves. Here’s to the future of Sydney fashion.

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Neptune’s Daughter

December 16th, 2010 by by , , and | 13 Comments

“The daughter of King Neptune determines to avenge the death of her sister, who was caught in a fishing net laid by the king of a country above the waves. However, she soon falls in love with the king upon whom she planned to take her revenge”

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November 26th, 2010 by by | 4 Comments

Leather and skinny jeans, an iconic mix since the 1950′s. Think James Dean and Marlon Brando rebelling against the preppy and the bourgeoisie of their time. Some sixty years later this iconic ensemble still causes a stir in some circles.

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