Myer Centre Level One Uncovered was such a good retail show at Adelaide Fashion Festival, showcasing the huge selection of stores that the Myer Centre houses. Adelaidians would know that there’s been a crazy amount of renovations going on in the Centre and in Rundle Mall right now – I’ve walked into the everchanging steel barriers while texting and walking more than once now. So at this event, guests were lucky enough to see a brand new Level One, and the Myer Centre’s new logo for the very first time. The premise of the show was trend-focussed for spring/summer fashion. The trends included white on white (which The Adelaide Magazine’s Kate Bowden kindly educated us on regarding layering and texturing), bold colours, textured monochromatics, and fashionable sportwear.
The show also featured a styling feature from some of SA’s top stylists. I definitely don’t consider myself top of the line or anything, but I was blessed enough to be asked by the wonderful team at The Myer Centre to be one of those stylists. It was a great honour to be asked, and styling the lovely DJ Bliss in pieces from Ally Fashion was friggin’ rad. You can see the video here on Facebook: Myer Centre Adelaide Facebook
Also, here’s some of my favourite photos of some of the sweet looks shown at Myer Centre Level One Uncovered.
Congrats to Sarah-Jane Hook of the Myer Centre, and Filip Odzak, who both coordinated this show. And thanks again for the wonderful styling oppurtunity!