Posted by kluster on October 7, 2009
Sometimes we get a little bored of going to the same old showing with the same old models and the same old catwalk process: Ramble, pose, ramble, leave.
It’s always exciting when designers think outside the box a little.Like The Twelfth Letter’s collection launch last Firday night at BJB studio, Surry Hills. It was intimate, interesting and innovative. All the ‘I’s we’re particularly into. Oh, we really like the clothes too. And the live shoot.
Check out these photo and more on the Kluster gallery.
Posted by CatJuan on May 13, 2009
There is only so much creativity we can take, and it's obvious that when God created Cara Stricker he put in an extra dose. We admit it, we can't get enough of her brilliant ideas. From her dreamy lomo-esque photographs to her adorable animated film. Is there anything this girl can't do?
We at Kluster are wetting ourselves in excitement to check out the opening of her exhibit, Warflower, at the BrethrenJustBelow (BJB) next Thursday, May 28 from 6-9pm. The exhibition runs from May 29- June 11, 12-5pm.
Showcasing an installation of 50 handmade hairpieces, necklaces, and bracelets all made from recycled materials. The event will open with an exclusive peek at her short film The Dark Side of the Sunny Moon which played as an inspiration to her pieces.
Bridezilla will also be performing songs from their soon to be released album during the exhibit.
BJB studio is located at level 1, 259 Riley St, Surry Hills