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InBloom: a creative collaboration

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When you combine a stunning model, hair and makeup by Perth pro’s Melissa Cook and Rebecca Collins, floaty beautiful fashion styled by Emma Bergmeier-Varian of Dropstitch, out of this world flower crowns by Fox & Rabbit, the mad photography skills of Caitlin Worthington and the bright, playful fashion art of Pippa McManus it’s going to be a feast for the eyes, and soul.

InBloom, the collaborative exhibition was held in Fremantle at cultural hub MANY6160 last week and I was lucky enough to attend opening night. Bloggers, family and friends and art mad fans sipped champagne and feasted on glittery donuts by the very talented Butcher, Baker, Stylist and to die for cheese and chocolate whilst ogling the amazing pieces. I know I’m not the only one who found it hard to choose a favourite.

Words can’t even describe the beauty of the exhibit. You’ll just have to see for yourself.

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A few pieces are still available for purchase, so if you too have fallen in love with it all contact Pippa for a catalogue.

What’s your favourite flower?

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8 Comments

  1. twenty says

    GREAT post. Checked the links of all these very creative people. The Bed of Flowers by Fox and RAbbit is a feast for the eyes, magnificent. Roses are a favourite and so are peony’s …….

  2. That’s given me inspiration for some photo shoots! I do love the pink roses and peonies 🙂

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