South Australian's already know how to do a great long lunch and the #2015AFF Ready to wear lunch was no exception. Combining a crop of Adelaide's fashion talent alongside a refreshing palette of local food and wine.
The program also included the Premiers award where final year TAFE SA students had the opportunity to enter a competition to win invaluable mentoring program with an established designer. The finalists producing creative garments using 70 % of black Australian wool crepe and the rest materials of their choosing. Premier Jay Weatherill announced Sophie McMahon to be mentored by Liza Emanuele.
The designers featured showcased a great cross section of styles and individual aesthetics. With labels all at different stages of their journey and enjoying success in different markets.
Scott and Scarce, Julie White, Naomi Murrell, Millicent Elizabeth, casper & pearl, Lucy Giles, Simmone Standing The Label, SIG The Label, Paige Row, 66 The Label with eyewear by Peter Coombs Design, Shoes by Spendless shoes.