Antipodium left a bold imprint on Rosemount Australian Fashion Week, showing off a beautiful collection on real women. Mixing edgy with feminine, designer Geoffrey J. Finch got it so right not only with the pairing of blazers with boyfriend jeans and sheer dresses with statement accessories (by Aussie jewellery designers Amber Joy and Ebony Fleur from Make Believe), but he also elected to use gorgeous tattoo artist Tokyo Pink as one of his models to bear a strong representation of fashion on curvy women.
The collection proved quite simplistic, using wardrobe staples as a basic foundation and building unique pieces from there. Featuring soft tarot prints, denim and bold splashes of color each piece can be easily integrated into everyday wear for those who dig the new line.
My favourite combo from this runway show would have to be the oversized singlet and harem-esque pant combo. It’s definitely something I could see myself sporting in the warmer months, with a cocktail in hand!
Images by Vogue Australia
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