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The fashion moments you may have missed this week

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What's in fashion this week? Nagnata presents Future Movement and Dior unveils Jisoo in its latest campaign. For all the fashion moments from the week, continue below.

Nagnata future movements presentation

Nagnata presents Future Movements with a dynamic presentation of film, movement and fashion, held at Meers Hall, Sydney Modern. Representing the spirit of the brand, the presentation is a culmination of artistic collaborators with a cinematic visual journey, lensed by Indian film maker Avani Rai, on loom with Women Weave in Maheshwar, India. The celebration marks ten years since Nagnata began working with artisans in India, honouring the early work that has inspired and informed much of the brand's ethos.

Leading Indian stylist and creative director Kshitj Kankaria was flown out exclusively to style the runway alongside Nagnata Creative Director Laura May. Kankaria is known for his uniquely identifiable aesthetic that can often be spotted in some of the most renowned publications in the world.


Jisoo is the latest face of Dior's Lady Dior 95.22 campaign

For the new chapter, Dior reveals the House’s fashion and beauty global ambassador, JISOO – member of BLACKPINK. In a series of spontaneous, intimate shots, the global icon reveals herself, both strong and sensitive, unveiling the multiple facets of a plural, powerful and singular elegance. An expression of the contemporary essence of Dior, a reflection of creation audacity, a guarantee of a look at once free and assertive.


Tory Burch unveils Resort 24

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In Tory Burch's Holiday 2024 collection, a dichotomy plays out between clean lines and intense texture. Balletic tulle creates movement and soft volume around the body, balanced by streamlined coats, tops and skirts. Stretch cotton and satin are transformed through fabric manipulation: Chalky paint gives structure to an embroidered muslin dress; a coat that appears to be supple leather is actually glazed viscose; metal studs mimic reptilian scales; and a patent jacket is laser- cut to feathery effect. The cat and rabbit prints are by German photographer Walter Schels, known for capturing animals in heroic, almost-human portraits.


St. Agni launches Spring 23 collection

St. Agni, the Byron Bay-based design studio lauded for its commitment to impeccable craftsmanship and sustainable practices, proudly presents its SS'23 collection - a celebration of minimalist design codes and 90’s nostalgia.

Inspired by dynamic urban landscapes and the modern working woman, the collection references masculine tailoring motifs and the metropolis in which the St. Agni customer navigates their day to day. Silhouettes are strong yet relaxed, blurring the boundaries between traditional gender norms and merging style with versatility.


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