By Johnny’s show melded the worlds of fashion and arcade games, from the bold line work of the collection, the industrial space, and a paceman-themed presentation.

Staying true to his signature colour blocked, neoprene structured style, the silhouettes were playful but immediately wearable.

His aesthetics were shown to have evolved, with the feminine touches of his last SS collection given a bad girl twist, with bondage lite harnesses and hardware – best seen on one stand out gown reminiscent of Elizabeth Hurley’s infamous safety pin Versace look.

Never afraid of a print, the collection featured a wide ranging set of styles – from floral to marble to intricate lattice work.

Images courtesy of Scott Barnes


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Paige's nitpicking of misspelt menu items led her to find her love of editing. Living in her adopted city of Melbourne, she is ever in pursuit of the perfect coffee, and the perfect little black everything. And like the wise Carrie Bradshaw once said, she keeps her money where she can see it - hanging in her closet.

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