ALPHA 60 ANNAH STRETTON WAYNE VOMIT COOPER

Alpha 60 showed printed oversized t-shirts inspired by photographer Katerina Jebb. Either that or they were prints by Jebb.
Hockney-esque colour palette, colour blocked dresses, pants and tops. It was nice and coherent but they need to lift their game. Printed t-shirts are fine and serve as bread and butter for a brand like Alpha 60 but it’s not really runway material.

KATERINA JEBB

Wayne Cooper. Wow, massive ocular vomit inducing show. All the models looked like Kristy Hinze. How embarry. Case in point…

Annah Stretton had a great collection of soft, flirty, dresses in 80’s pastels mixed with harder leather pieces, some featuring studs. It was great, even if the juxtapositions were obvious. We get it Anna, hard and soft. I’ll try and get a quote if I can to prove my point. Hehe.

Oh and her's a quote about the collection from Stretton's website:
The Boy I Left Behind - a collection of distinctly feminine pieces with a sharp edge for those who were ‘Born to be Wild.’

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