Friday, 6 September 2013


Trelise Cooper put on another big production this year at NZFW. The first half of the show began with the showing of Cooper's winter 2014 range. Teased ponytails and facial peircings were to be found on the models in this part of the show. The standout looks for us were those featuring tartan and also those with long vertical stripes inspired by vintage ties. There was also a pair of studded pants and a studded bomber jacket that looked stunning on the catwalk.

The second half of the show was dedicated to Trelise's core label Trelise Cooper and began with a giant teepee dropping from the ceiling to the middle of the runway. Models sported a high beehive hairdo, echoing the stage set. With the use of embroidery, beading and embossed fabrics, the looks were detailed and luxurious. The standout looks were a shiny gold dress and an all-black outfit with a beautiful fur dress.
Click through to see what we liked and a video of the final walk through.

1 comment:

  1. Absolutely love her new collections! So much detail, a great contrast to the big minimalism trend at the moment.


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