At twilight on March 30, 2016 at 7pm I launched my WHITE NOISE trans-seasonal 2016 collection on the rooftop at MONA Museum in Hobart. This show coincided with the launch of my first fragrance, Nocturne, in collaboration with perfumer Ainslie Walker and also featured a live soundscape composed and performed by Byron Meyer. The collection also showcased my ongoing shoe collaboration with Preston Zly, bangles with Kate Rohde, hair & make-up by Nadja Mott, models from Tasmanian Talent Agency and choreography by Michelle Boyde. Some images are below but they only tell part of the story. To see the finale sequence, please do a tag search for #alexifreeman on instagram.
Photograph: Nina Hamilton
Photograph: Paul Philipson
ALEXI FREEMAN WHITE NOISE TRANS-SEASONAL 2016 COLLECTION LAUNCH AT MONA
On March 30, 2016, at 7pm, I will be presenting my White Noise Trans-Seasonal 2016 collection at MONA museum in Hobart and I would love to see you there. More details on the flyer below.
In addition to this. I will be presenting a talk on my creative practice at cinemona, at 10.15am on Sunday March 27 (Easter Sunday). I will also be hosting a market stall at the MONA market (MoMa) from 11-4pm, offering a selection of AF garments and accessories including: t-shirts, tote bags, leggings, dresses, earrings in collab with Tessa Blazey, collab shoes with Preston Zly, collab bangles with Kate Rohde and our first fragrance in collab with Ainslie Walker (scented candles & also a perfume). Finally, I will be judging a local fashion competition at MoMa from 3pm, also on Sunday March 27.
ALEXI FREEMAN AT MSFW SEPTEMBER 2015
A selection of images of our Spring Summer 2015/2016 SPHERE collection on the runway at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, Melbourne Town Hall, September 2, 2015.
Metal Sphere bangles are a collaboration with Kate Rohde. Nocturne Brogue Court Shoes and Booties are a collab with Preston Zly, and the Mesh Caps are by milliner Ann Shoebridge.
Contact us to make an appointment to view the collection here at our studio in Fitzroy, Melbourne.
Photography by Lucas Dawson