Bring back the wide flared pants, slick shades and shagadelic textures - that's what I'll be campaigning for this #cybersummer. I've always been interested in what happens when you marry one subculture into another, or one style niche into a standout decade for fashion - and while we see cyber style as commonly paired with the 90s or early 2000s, I really love the charm, nostalgia and dynamism that comes from it's unlikely pairing with the 70s.
Here in Melbourne, Australia, we commonly joke about how unpredictable our weather is. You could leave the house on a sunny day and by the time you get to your destination, skies are grey and the clouds are bucketing rain - for this reason, layering has always been a huge part of Melbourne fashion for practicality purposes, meaning that we get to have a lot of fun experimenting with creative ways to make our looks versatile for different conditions. I loved putting together this look, it really reflected the way I was feeling at the time; bubbly, lighthearted, a little young at heart, and of course - completely fabulous. Incorporating thrifted items with artisans garments by local designers meant that I created an outfit true to my own personal style and values.