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Beyond the Bale : June 2016
OFF FARM 7 Westfield Sydney, in partnership with The Powerhouse Museum, showcased a preview of the Isabella Blow: A Fashionable Life exhibition which opened during Wool Week and is running until 28 August. It features never before exhibited objects from Isabella Blow’s personal collection and showcases her affinity to wool and commitment to nurturing emerging designers. Westfield Sydney hosted a Designer Yarns series, with shoppers invited to intimate Q&A sessions with leading fashion designers from STRATEAS CARLUCCI, M.J . Bale, Bianca Spender and Ginger & Smart. This ram-tastic spectacle was one of several wool installations on display at Westfield Sydney. BIG DREAMS Emporium in Melbourne held a fun and fashionable kids yoga session, with attendees receiving a complimentary set of Merino knitwear from the childrenswear brand Love My Smalls. PHOTO: Ania von Oxenberg. Fashion labels Dion Lee, Celeste Tesoriero and WAH-WAH took part in Westfield Doncaster’s InHabit pop-up showcase, alongside homewares by extreme knitter Jacqui Fink and textile artist Grace Wood. Extreme knitter Jacqui Fink hosted a knitting experience at Westfield Sydney. TURN OVER FOR MORE CAMPAIGN FOR WOOL NEWS
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