Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Manning Cartell - Day 3, Wed, May 5th 2010, 12pm, Rosemount Australian Fashion Week


Highly anticipated 3rd consecutive show from Australian designers Manning Cartell
Sister trio behind the label Gabrielle, Cheryl and Vanessa Manning

Front row celebrity attendance including Jennifer Hawkins, Gracie Otto, April Rose-Pengilly, Kyle Linahan, Bridezilla (Holiday, Pia, Megan and Josh) and Erika Heynatz.
Runway shots of high profile models including Tallulah, Cassi (ANTM), Alexandra Agoston, Julia Nobis, Louise Van Der Vorst and Samantha Harris.
Production elements including flooring and backdrop
Exclusive collaboration with up and coming Melbourne based jewellery designer, Alexandra Blak.
Hair by Alan White for GHD and makeup by Natasha Severino from M.A.C.

Manning Cartell is one of Australia’s most favoured fashion labels, with a reputation for classic styles with feminine detailing and an aesthetic that is elegant yet handsomely edgy.

The result of a creative partnership between three sisters, Manning Cartell’s collective vision and insight into how women want to dress is evident in each collection. The label’s signature of embellishment and texture has been developed alongside sophisticated shapes and strong tailoring. A focus on luxe fabrications and timeless yet quirky styles has made Manning Cartell indispensable to girls and women who value a smart approach to style.

Manning Cartell is such a necessity to its many fans that, since the label’s launch in 2005, three boutiques have opened in Australia. The first two are in Sydney’s Paddington and The Strand Arcade. Most recently, the third Manning Cartell boutique opened its doors alongside other premier fashion retailers in Melbourne’s GPO.

In addition, Manning Cartell’s continued runway presence at Australian Fashion Week since 2007 is evidence of its standing as the modern woman’s go-to store for the perfect outfit for any occasion. A knack for balancing classic wearability and understated glamour highlights Manning Cartell’s refreshingly modern approach

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