Williamstown IF: Industrial Fashion Night
Williamstown will this month hold IF: Industrial Fashion as part of the Williamstown Arts & industry Festival, after the evening’s sell-out success last year. The show will be a night of fashion and performance of a different kind.
Industrial Fashion Venue – Williamstown Town Hall
Designers will take inspiration from the architectural and industrial environment to produce wearable pieces of art. The Williamstown Town Hall, constructed in the 1920s, will provide a fitting location to house the sartorial works that feature in the show and designers will be able to draw from Williamstown’s rich maritime and industrial history. Here, all manner of things can inform fashion, from the docks to the diesel, from the railways to resins.
Industrial Fashion – A Diverse Offer
The exhibiting designers come from a variety of backgrounds, and include both local and international talent. The line-up features the likes of British fashion designer Alexander Zvi, renowned Australian costume designer Edie Kurzor and local sculptor Jacki Staude. Such diversity results in a unique, vigorous and inventive melting pot of architecture, industry, design, art and of course fashion. The event will also involve dance and musical performances, and so promises to be a lively and thrilling all-round experience.
Don’t Miss Out – Book now.
The Williamstown ‘IF: Industrial Fashion’ event will run three nights in a row, from Friday the 24th of November through to Sunday the 26th of November at the Williamstown Town Hall, with tickets ranging from $20-$30. Book fast to avoid missing out on this popular event! Tickets available via www.hobsonsbaytickets.com.au