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Essence Moore debuts a series featuring new “Stay Down” merch

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I decided to create “Stay Down” t-shirts from the inspiration of my tattoos on my knuckles. Stating “Stay Down” short for the quote “stay down ’til you come up.” I live by this quote it reminds me of who I am, who I do it for and where I am going. When I first started modeling I thought I needed to change myself when all I needed to do was embrace myself. I grew tired of not feeling comfortable with myself and who I was as a female. I just had to stay down and that meant staying true to myself and everyone around me. I stand proud at 20 years old with my head held high along with my family and my morals.

Designer: Essence Moore @essencemoore | Photographer: @jamezlaflame | Models: @essencemoore and @_dannilion

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Melbourne’s favorite experimental designers Fashion Chelsea and Filfy Rish are joining forces again for their latest project, Lo-Fi Salon.

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The experiential installation space and pop-up shop is a hyper-colour, sensory wonderland at Neon Parlour gallery. Doused in glitter, the space is somewhat of a shrine to the pair’s infatuation with the colour pink.
Their previous project, Opulence, dissected concepts of hedonism in a one-night only runway held on day two of Melbourne Fashion Week.
The Lo-Fi launch party was on the 1st of December and many cuties came along to show their support including sweet angels @tootgal and @foxpflueger, as seen here. Fashion Chelsea wore the classic Liz dress and Filfy Rish adorned a new creation, the Filfy Princess gown.

Photos by Fashion Chelsea @fashionchelsea and Cass Lee @dj_upskirt

The space will be open until the 30th of December on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and by appointment. See @lofisalon on Instagram or contact lofisalon@gmail.com for more info.

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Androgynous Punk Vibes! by photographer Bruno Nogueira

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Photographer: Bruno Nogueira | Makeup Artist: Ines Silvera | Wardrobe Stylist: Sachin Mahi | Model: Harry Barclay @62 Models

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Nigerian Ball, an editorial highlighting Nigerian youth with sportswear

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The inspiration is coming from a Kenzie ad highlighting Nigerian youth with sportswear, in particular basketball.

Photographer: Barbara Rios | Models: Khadijat Dania and Emizo Dania | Wardrobe Stylist/Creative Director: Nakia Pleasant

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