CityMag’s Style Samplers recently took to a rainy Rundle Mall and were surprised to find an Adelaide public that had not forgone fashion in their pursuit of warmth and comfort.
Early on in the days of Omicron, CityMag‘s style samplers sought fashion in the backyards and front porches of city residents and amongst those committed to keeping connected to our quietened CBD.
The way people dress as they move through our city gives insight into the depth of personality they hold below the surface, writes Sharmonie Cockayne.
In winter, the best fashion you’ll find in Adelaide is on Instagram, where the city’s youth are channeling true expressions of selfhood, writes Sharmonie Cockayne.
With a year’s worth of days in sweatpants behind us, the city has reemerged from its unusually lengthy hibernation period with its sense of style intact.
Inspired by architecture and the ‘weirder’ impulses of Couture+Love+Madness designer Cristina Tridente, new label Tridente is making its debut at the Adelaide Fashion Festival.