Swim + Resort Series hits The Square

Things heated up when the Claremont Quarter Swim + Resort Series took over The Square.

Last Thursday night, things heated up with the Claremont Quarter Swim + Resort Series taking over The Square.

As the sun set on a stunning Spring evening and music was turned up, it was the perfect setting as guests and shoppers watched as leading Australian designers and Claremont Quarter favourites took to the runway in the latest Spring Summer styles.

Pops of colour and tropical prints were the key styles in swimwear looks on the runway, with the sports luxe look still trending strongly.

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Coming in to summer, resort wear was well received. Brands including alice McCALL and sass & bide led the way with stunning metallic fabrics, and brands like Carla Zampatti introducing bold reds and strong silhouettes to the runway.

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Model dressed in alice McCALL. Photo by Matt Jelonek.

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Model dressed in sass & bide. Photo by Matt Jelonek.

Guests got an insight into the world of design with MC, Channel Nine’s Tracy Vo chatting with special guests, Kylie Radford from Morrison and Cheryl, Vanessa and Gabrielle, the talented sister trio behind Australian label, Manning Cartell on stage.

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MC, Channel Nine's Tracy Vo chats with special guests (Top-bottom,L-R) Cheryl, Vanessa and Gabrielle Manning of Manning Cartell and Kylie Radford of Morrison. Photo by Matt Jelonek.

A huge thank you to the partners; Fashion Council WA, Maurice Meade and Channel 9 for supporting the Claremont Quarter Swim + Resort Series runway.

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Back stage with Maurice Meade makeup artist prepping our model. Photo Matt Jelonek.

If you spotted a look that you loved, stop by our Guest Services Desk where you will find the look book and store details of every style from the runway.

 

Cover photo by Adam Nalapraya.