30 August 2011

Twenty-seven Names Winter 2012

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photos by Guy Coombes

I've been trying to keep an eye on the collections from New Zealand Fashion Week as they're being shown this week but it's more difficult to find good photos since there's no typical style.com coverage of the shows. I'm super excited to see the Juliette Hogan lookbook once it's shot since the few photos from the runway show look really great. If you have a moment, check out this video of the show featuring an interview with Ms. Hogan.

OK, this is not a post about Juliette Hogan, but rather the Winter 2012 collection from Twenty-seven Names. They opted out of the traditional runway show in favor of an exhibition in the form of a party. You can see lots of behind the scenes photos of the festivities on Katherine is Awesome. I really like the navy and mustard color palette of the collection.

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12 comments:

AnnaBananaCupcake said...

What fun collection! I love they way they decided to display it with the matching wallpaper. It's so eye catching. Thanks for sharing this with us.
XOXO

Melis said...

oh my gosh this is so awesome. love the concept! i think this is the best collection lookbook i've seen this year! :)

Caitlin Rose said...

great photos. the patterns and the colours are amazing.

modern milly said...

What a cool lookbook idea. Really eyecatching especially the stripe and flower printed pieces.

Vanessa, Take only Memories said...

I love these photos! But I wanna say they must be hugely inspired by Garden State!

Lini said...

So nice! I really love this colour palette at the moment.

theParaders vintage said...

BRILLIANT idea!

svenskaussie said...

So delighted to see that you like some of our fabulous Kiwi designers, and the best part, they're so affordable !

Sarah Jessup said...

Beautiful colour palette... FYI vogue.com.au have NZ Fashion Week coverage. Hurrahh for Vogue!

Sarah Jessup said...

FYI Vogue.com.au has NZ Fashion Week coverage. Hurrah for Vogue!

Revivalvintage said...

AMAZING! beautiful concept for a shoot

Revivalvintage said...

Amazing! wonderful concept