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Summer Lives Here: ISC Fashion Launch

Summer Lives Here: ISC Fashion Launch

| On 20, Sep 2016

The most exciting time is upon us- Spring. With a change in season comes a shift in the fashion world. The Creative Issue recently had the opportunity to witness the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre Spring/Summer Fashion launch at Lightspace Brisbane. The Summer Lives Here launch was hosted by popular TV personality Liz Cantor and featured fashion presentations from leading international and Australian designer brands, hair styling by Oscar Oscar Salons and makeup by Napoleon Perdis.

Invited guests took their seats at the beautifully presented tables styled by White+White Weddings. The wood centre pieces paired with neutral light blues and white created a heavenly spring look.


Let’s talk about fashion! The fashion launch stylist Kimberly Gardner states that the spring summer fashion was a mixed blend of looks for both day and evening wear.

“Spring/summer fashion is about long sunny days in plunging one-piece swimsuits, psychedelic 70s inspired pants, crochet details, with striking metallic dresses and skirts for a stylish evening look,” she said.

The runway exploded with a flurry of spring summer trends. Tropical prints from Morrison, lace and ruffles by Scanlan Theodore and retro flared pants from Cue.

However, they say to save the best for last and we couldn’t agree more. It was the metallic evening dress by Carla Zampatti (say no more, I know!) that made guests absolutely die of a fashion heart attack. The dress had a huge side split and a choker around the neck- a popular fashion piece today. It flowed effortlessly down the catwalk.

In the men’s fashion world, the launch focused on functional jackets matched with slimline pants from Armani Collezioni and Calibre, and also a range of Cuban influenced print jackets from M.J. Bale.




The excitement didn’t end there as guests were gifted with a Lack of Color hat in one of three summer styles; the Spencer Wide Brimmed boater, Spencer Fedora or the Sunny Dip. The co-founders of Lack of Color – Tess Corvaia and Robert Tilbury have collaborated with Indooroopilly Shopping Centre to gift customers with one of these hats (valued up to $79) when they spend $300 or more at beauty and fashion stores. Available now while stocks last, terms and conditions apply.

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Image credit: Indooroopilly Shopping Centre