Behind-the-Scenes of a Fashion Week

Fashion week. No matter what city you may be in, it would be very hard to happen without the small army of people behind it. Today I feature only three types of the many roles involved. There’s the fashion-student-volunteer who manages the flow of fashion types to their seats; the client development manager who handles behind-the-scenes and then finally, the fashion bloggers… you might see me in this last group. Xx Cheryl 

The Fashion Student Volunteer
The Fashion Student Volunteer

Note that while the overall look is minimalistic, there is a great eye for detail here. Well-groomed hair with a nice touch of scruffy at the end balances out the classic bold fuschia lipstick and that black top is NOT just any ol’ black top – it’s been made extra special by way of a very wonderful and intricate neckpiece- a great way of adding interest to any work ensemble. For the office I’d team this top with a black pencil skirt for a polished look with extra interest or man-style trouser for some style-juxtoposition. Love.  

The Client Development Manager

Stephanie

trench Zara dress Satch top Metalicus bag Louis Vuitton Damier Azur Neverfull watch Michael Kors  shoes Dune (London brand) 

Favourite shops/brands/websites for work wear?  Zara and Reiss are my faves from London but now I am back in Melbourne I am getting a little obsessed with Witchery, Satch, Saba and Veronika Maine. And as for websites ASOS has a big variety and of course Net-a-Porter for investment pieces. 

Most hardworking accessory or item of clothing in your workrobe?  I have two: my Michael Kors boyfriend watch and my classic Burberry trench. 

Your inspirations for work attire/style? I admire Natalie Massenet (founder of Net-a-Porter) and her vision about what working women both want and need. So my daily updates from Net-A-Porter are my inspiration even though I can seldom afford any of it! 

The Bloggers 

Cheryl & Joyce

 I’m wearing some insane Shu Uemera false eyelashes, click here if you must see how so. She is Joyce of MEL:HOT OR NOT <- click link for Joyce’s review of the shows. 

Cheryl in the green hat. Tullia in the black hat (and green coat)

Check out Tullia’s work here.  I feel like I owe an explanation for my headwear. It was Designer Series Show Three and I was excited to have a night off street-style-snapping duties. This meant that I had the chance to go home and get out of my Internal Audit garb and into a fresh ensemble. I was inspired by a photo I’d taken the previous night of a punk milliner in her own classic creation and really wanted to wear a hat… I had this Statue of Liberty memorabilia handy. I didn’t wear it the whole time however because Joyce (refer above photo) got me into the media riser where I got to take some snaps; one of which is in this review I wrote for MelbourneStreetFashion.com 

MelbourneStreetFashion.com ~ some of the team.

via Lady Melbourne

 Yea, someone please teach me how to pose. Pictured here with the Phoebe, Max and Holly. I was very excited that Phoebe posted this picture and a little blurb about the team, here

The reason for our assembley: The first look and a veritable-fashion-fantasy-come-to-life from MSFW Designer Series Show Two~ Alice Burdeu walks for designer Aurelio Costarella

PS: Stay tuned for my wrap up on the Business Chic pieces I spotted on the MSFW catwalk.

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