As much as a fashion collection is the vision of a creative director, its interpretation is up to the individual. Because how often are we able to wear an outfit that's shown on the runway, styled as it is, in our daily lives?
We're accustomed to taking a piece from the collection—sometimes a distinct signature of the collection—and incorporate it into our existing wardrobes. And then find a way to make that piece make sense as part of our identity. That's the beauty of fashion—there's no exact, hard and fast rule about it.
Taking some of the highlights of the season, photographer John Tsiavis and stylist David Bonney broke them down and envisioned them in different ways. A translucent shirt from Fendi's spring/summer 2020 collection for example, is seen in a new perspective against bare skin. And a look by Hedi Slimane's CELINE is less cold and cutting when caught in movement.
Photography: John Tsiavis
Styling: David Bonney
Grooming: Gavin Anesbury using Hair Rituel by Sisley
Styling assistant: Tina Milani
Lighting: Mike Pedersen
Production assistant: Christopher Xi
Models: Anthony / Five Twenty Management Sydney, Mateen / Chic Management Sydney, and Simon / IMG Sydney