Browsing: Winners

“I’m not sure I have a specific definition for my personal style…but I’m passionate about impeccable sense of style and I want that to reflect in the way I dress.” says Nickitar Omondi, top-voted style favourite for March.

Twenty-five year old Nickitar arrived in Australia two years ago from Kenya to take up studies in marketing. While here, she’s also been developing and designing a range of light weight luxe coats. We’d snapped  Nickitar around the streets of Adelaide for our weekly street style gallery more than once, and it was Nickitar’s second snap that topped your vote.

A great fit for new label Don’t Do Pretty, the creatives behind the Adelaide-based label, Eloise Houseman and  Rebel Freeman wanted Nickitar to choose her own outfits for the model shoot.  It was important for them that Nickitar liked what she was wearing and felt comfortable modelling them.

Photographed by Dimitra Koriozos out front of hip underground venue Published Art House in Adelaide’s west, Nickitar owned the streets in her outfit choices and went home with a very stylish Aboriginal print narrow leg pant, courtesy of the designers.

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Look 1: Aboriginal Print

Halter Neck Top: The New Syndicate

Wide Leg Pant: Santa Teresa

Bomber Jacket: Lets Get Carried Away

Look 2 : Leather

Leather Bustier: Diana Prince

Pencil Skirt: Kill Them With Confidence

Sleeveless Jacket: Ain’t Nobodys Business

Look 3 : Metallics

Silver Tee: Unleash The Lion

Silk Shorts: End Up Somewhere in Mexico

Look 4: Silver Top & Black Maxi

Maxi Skirt: Dressed to Impress

Halter Top: The New Syndicate Silver Leather

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We first spotted 25-year-old Nickitar Omondi in March, strutting down Union St in Adelaide’s East End in a striking two piece suit and yellow pumps.

The Kenyan born designer and final year marketing student topped the vote as your style favourite that same month, and has since had the opportunity to model one of the breathtaking creations by South Australian couture wunderkind Paul Vasileff of Paolo Sebastian.

“When I saw that Nickitar was going to be the model, I instantly thought of this dress, as the soft pink colour would look incredible against her skin tone,” said Vasileff, who is currently also the Young Australian of the Year.

“While it’s a very soft and feminine silhouette, modern motifs like the side slit and choker compliment Cocktail Revolution’s street style aesthetic.”

Describing herself as having “champagne taste,” Nickitar said the gown, which took 100 hours to make(!), felt as though it was made for her.

Photographer Dimitra Koriozos shot Nickitar wearing the Beaded Chantilly Dress in the streets of Adelaide, Vasileff’s home town.

You’ve never seen Paolo Sebastian like this before – street style in Adelaide!

Paolo Sebastian modeled by Nickitar Omondi, street style, Adelaide

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Paolo Sebastian street style shoot with Nickitar Omondi, int he streets of Adelaide

A special free exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia commemorating 10 years of Paolo Sebastian is being held from October 7 – December 10 as part of the Adelaide Fashion Festival .

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Melbourne is synonymous with killer coffee, unpredictable weather and, of course, an inordinate amount of black clothing sported by locals all year round. So when our street style photographer Zoe Kostopoulos happened across Jess Bicanski, dressed head-to-toe in white (bar a pair of rainbow socks), she couldn’t resist asking for a snap.

“When Zoe approached to take my photo, I thought she was going to ask me for public transport advice and all I could think was “Oh no, I am the worst person to ask for this kind of thing!” I was very pleasantly surprised when that wasn’t the case and instead I was being recognised for my style – I also love having my photo taken so we had some good fun.”

Jess’s look went on to top the vote for May and as we got to learn a little more about her, we discovered 19 year old Jess, of Serbian and English decent, had only just moved to Melbourne via Tasmania. We should have guessed!

We caught up with Jess just a few days shy of her 21st birthday for her featured photoshoot with Leonard St, styled by the incredible staff (dubbed ‘retail angels’ by Jess herself) at their Gertrude St store.

“I wasn’t familiar with the work of Leonard St prior to my shoot. However, I had walked past and been transfixed by their gorgeous pink store.

I was so pleased to be asked to contribute suggestions for what outfits we should try for the shoot – I feel pretty cosy in front of a camera but it’s even better when it’s in clothes that you love so it was so lovely to be able to have the freedom to choose my favourite pieces.

I loved the use of print and colour through their collection – lots of beautiful shades of blue, green and my favourite, pink! I thought the garments were made with such thought and care, even down to the lining and the fastening details (did someone say necktie?)”

Jess was in her element as she dodged the rain between poses, photographer Dimitra Koriozos shambling after her with considerably less grace (you see, Jess is a dancer).

With a personality every bit as vibrant as the eclectic prints Leonard St is adored for, our top-voted for May is all smiles – and has us doing the same.

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Jess Bicanksi, top-voted fashionista for May, modelling Leonard StJess Bicanksi, top-voted fashionista for May, modelling Leonard St

 

Jess wears:

Look 1: Crushed Funnel Sweater, Autumn Pinafore, Fundamental Raincoat, Mixed Lollies Beanie

Look 2: Manhattan Wide Leg Trousers, Sparkle Top, Frayed Denim Jacket

Look 3: True Colours Velvet Culottes, Snap Top, Augustus Coat, Snake Ball Scarf

Look 4: Eventful Jumpsuit, Pink Lady Coat

 

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Not many people get snapped for a street style shot – or any other shot – when they’re at work taking out the rubbish. But that’s exactly what Mexican born Laura Cortes was doing when spotted by our Melbourne street style photographer Zoe, in Swanston Street. “I was literally at work taking out the rubbish, very glam ha ha !” she laughs.

An Aussie for the last two years by a combination of destiny and choice, Laura recently moved from Adelaide to Melbourne where she’s signed with Pride Models.

How did she find out she’s topped the vote? “A friend tagged me on the Facebook post and at first I just thought he had spotted me on the best dressed list. It was later that I realised I was top voted. I had just moved to Melbourne and I followed Cocktail Revolution in Adelaide so it felt like a sign that relocating was a good move.

I remember waking up that Sunday, walking to work and feeling happy and confident. Then, one of your beautiful photographers approached me and captured that moment. It was pretty cool to win and be taken back to that day. Thank you! …and also pretty excited.

I hadn’t worn Anthea Crawford before and yes, they specialise in mother of the bride styles, but they’re more than that. I was really impressed by the super flattering tailoring and quality of the fabrics. The garments are designed and produced in Australia and I noticed that Anthea Crawford is a member of Ethical Clothing Australia. I think these are elements of fashion that deserve recognition and support.

My favourite piece was the velvet flares. I’ll be going back for those!

Freya (Stylist) and Dimitra (Photographer) make a killer team. They are so natural at translating a mode into an image. We were after a street style feel to the shoot despite the more dressed up aesthetic of the clothes. Freya paired feminine pieces with edgier accessories while Dimitra scouted for locations to complement the styling,. Meanwhile, I managed the lipstick changes and my best blue steel look…pretty hard when those two kept cracking jokes. We bonded straight away and it felt like a genuinely fun hangout with friends, so of course we had to follow up with wines!”

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White Top: Ivory Satin Crepe Top

Black Pants: Velour Wide Leg Pant

Jumpsuit: Navy Crepe Jumpsuit

Tuxedo Cape & Skirt: Richmond Clearance Store

Floral Dress: Jacquard Dress

Other Pieces: Anthea Crawford Richmond Clearance Store, 193 Bridge Road, Richmond, Victoria,

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Stylist – Freya Myles. Photographer – Dimitra Koriozos

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Strutting down Toorak Road, Melbourne, in a pair of navy Charles and Keith mules and breezy culottes, twenty-four year old Joselle Singson looked completely unaffected by the soaring February heat.   

Naturally, one of our photographers shambled after the polka-dot clad vision and asked to take her photograph for our street style gallery. Confused albeit flattered, Joselle stopped for a quick snap before continuing on her way to her boyfriend’s birthday dinner in town.

At the month’s close, and much to her surprise, Joselle, of Japanese-Filipino descent, was informed that her look had racked up the highest number of votes from our followers and she was subsequently selected to model a range of garments from New York based women’s wear label Tome.

As it turns out, the pairing was a match made in style heaven.

“I am enamoured with their silhouettes and colour palette! I feel like these are the kinds of clothes the ideal me would be wearing to both my fancy CBD office and then straight out for cocktails with just a change of lipstick at most,” gushed Joselle about Tome’s current collection.

With their emphasis on form and function, it’s no surprise that Tome’s pieces resonate with a woman on the go, never sacrificing practicality in the pursuit of clear-cut style – essential dressing for the ‘every woman’.

Australian-born Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin are the duo behind the label, receiving plaudits for their strides towards sustainability and collections which truly embrace the needs of the busy modern woman. With celebrity fans including Sarah Jessica Parker, Amal Clooney and Tilda Swinton, Tome has secured a place in the New York style scene and beyond and we were thrilled to feature their designs for the first time in our monthly fashion shoot.

Photographed in Chapel Street South Yarra by Adelaide photographer Dimitra Koriozos and styled by Melbourne-based Freya Myles, Joselle looked every bit the Tome woman.

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TWENTY three year old hospitality student Harman Sandhu had never heard of Cocktail Revolution when our photographer stopped him for a photograph in Murray Street, Perth. When he found out he’d topped the monthly vote for favourite style and fashion look, he was even more astonished than he had been to have been photographed in the first place.

Though excited, Harman, who came to Australia three years ago from northern India, admitted to being quite nervous about the idea of modelling for a featured fashion shoot. Styled by the wonderful crew at Pigeonhole‘s Murray St store, Harman told us he couldn’t decide which of the outfits he liked best.  In the end, he gave us a list! Just as well the lovely peeps at Pigeonhole presented him with a $100 gift voucher. “I’m getting my friends together so we can go back and do a shop there,” he told us.  “The caps were really cool, I loved the Happy Socks. The puffer jackets were top. And I loved their shoes.”

“It was such a new and interesting experience. It was fun. The photographers made me feel good and Kayleigh (from Pigeonhole) looked after me. ”

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Pigeonhole_Modelled_by_HarmanPigeonhole_Modelled_by_Harmanshirt: LAZY OAF problem child tee
shorts: ROLLAS stubbs short – black
socks: HAPPY SOCKS split dot blk/wht
backpack: UCON Eames backpack
sunglasses: SUNDAY SOMEWHERE spike matte black
shoes: TOMS del ray – light grey woven

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Pigeonhole_modelled_By_Marman_Perth_sweater: CARHARTT accent sweater
Pants: CARHARTT sid pant- lamar
bag: RAINS messenger back – green
socks: HAPPY SOCKS filled optic socks
shoes: TOMS brogues – black leather
sunnies: SUNDAY SOMEWHERE kendall – tort/metallic blue

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t-shirt: LAZY OAF behind the time tee
shorts: RASCALS pipping shorts
hat: LAZY OAF problem child cap
jacket: VANISHING ELEPHANT puffer bomber – navy
socks: RANDO rep yarn – navy
glasses: SPITFIRE gold/gold LO-FI
shoes were Harman’s own

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pants: CARHARTT club pant salina
top: WEMOTO Pinch shirt
jacket: CARHARTT harris trench – navy
socks: HAPPY SOCKS big dot/white
shoes: TOMS brogues – black leather
hat: CARHARTT state starter cap

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shirt: ROLLAS men at work shirt - green socks: Pigeonhole green striped socks the shoes and pants are the models ownHarman styled by Pigeonhole_

Harman models brands from Pigeonhole, Murray St Perth

shirt: ROLLAS men at work shirt

socks: PIGEONHOLE green striped socks
shoes and pants: Harman’s own

 

 

 

All items available from Pigeonhole 330 Murray Street, Perth (08) 6162 3551

After the shoot, Kaylee from Pigeonhole presents Harman with a gift voucher

After the shoot, Emma from Pigeonhole presents Harman with a gift voucher

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Last month twenty year old commerce graduate Julia Noh was attending the MADE Festival in Sydney. Julia had just stopped to have her friend take a quick snap of her, when “the lovely lady from Cocktail Revolution” also took a snap and asked for Julia’s outfit details. That photo ended up in one of our weekly street style galleries for December 2016, resulting in Julia topping the vote for favourite style and fashion look.

Julia had no idea she topped the month for Cocktail Revolution’s monthly style and fashion favourite until she received our email notifying her. She was so surprised. “So glad to have topped the vote, but I was very much surprised, ha ha!”

Usually sporting a simple minimalist style, Julia was happy to model for young Sydney designer Leah Williams, who styled Julia in geometric shapes and patterns, bold block colours and red denim from her latest range.  Leah presented Julia with a gift from her collection and Julia also receives a Happy Socks package from our besties in Sweden.

Leah Williams range modelled by JUlia Noh, December's top-voted style & fashion favourite

Julia Noh modelling Leah Williams' Cold Shoulder Top

Julia Noh photo shoot modelling Leah Williams

Julia Noh's featured photos shoot in Leah Williams designs

Julia Noh featured photoshoot for top-voted Style fahsion favouriteLeah Williams' Relaxed Tee & Denim Wrap dressJulia Noh modelling red denim dress & tee by Leah WilliamsJulia Noh poses in Leah Williams new range

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Julia Noh in Leah Williams Designs

Leah Williams Origami Knot Dress worn by Julia NNoh, top-voted Style-Fashion Favourite

Leah Williams Designed Origami Knot Print Dress

Julia Noh's featured photo shoot for Cocktail Revolution featuring Leah Williams Designs

Leah Williams designs modelled by Julia Noh

Photos: Dimitra Koriozos

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Each month our top-voted fashionista wins a local fashion shoot and a  fab big bundle of Happy Socks from Sweden.  October’s top-voted favourite was Daniel Stanning from Adelaide who won a shoot with MJ Bale in their Rundle Street East store.

We snapped Interior Designer Daniel Stanning power walking – because he was very late for a lunch date – through Adelaide on a Sunday. Daniel was surprised and delighted to be to be photographed.

“It’s very flattering. Part of the reason that I dress the way I do is because it energises me. I always remember that famous Valentino quote “Only wear clothes that make you feel alive” and I find it uplifting to try and live by that. I love wearing colour and it would be great to see men wear it more. I would like more men to feel all of the emotional benefits of dressing mindfully. An excellent outfit can change your whole perspective. Of course, women have understood this for years!”

Daniel’s always been interested in all things art and design, including fashion. Working for a large-scale design studio specialising in architecture, interior design and urban design, Daniel finds himself regularly traveling to Sydney for a large commercial fit out project. “My workplace is also where I muck around with different ideas about what to wear. You have to take a few risks. Corporate does not mean conservative!”

“I’ve always been captivated by the way that men dressed many decades ago, particularly during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Old Hollywood movies are an absolute passion of mine, along with the glamourous leading ladies who would slink across the silver screen. When I was little, while other Aussie boys were idolising their favourite footy player, I was looking at men like Rudolph Valentino, Clark Gable, Garry Cooper, Cary Grant and William Holden. I noticed what they would wear, how they would move and speak. It was men being glamourous – this inspired me.

So I always tend to throw together a bit of vintage, a bit of ‘resort wear’ a dash of ‘Mad Men’ era – and voila! As a designer, I’m very interested in vintage furniture and fabrics, so a lot of the suits that I wear are vintage finds that I get tailored to fit me perfectly. You just can’t find fabrics like that anymore, and there is no item more important in a man’s wardrobe than a beautifully tailored suit.”

Daniel found out he topped the vote via email. “It was quite a busy and stressful week at work, so what an absolute joy to get an email on a Friday saying that I have the top vote! Completely unexpected, and it totally made my day. I rang my partner and told him straight away, and I think he was even more excited than I was. I dress for myself, but its lovely to know that other people like the clothes as well. I received my Happy Socks and they’re fabulous. A big thank you to all!”

Here’s Daniel’s featured shoot, with the first four looks being selected and styled by Daniel -who LOVES MJ Bale – himself.

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

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Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Daniel Stanning models for MJ Bale

Clothing: MJ Bale     Photos: Dimitra Koriozos     Location: Mj Bale Store Adelaide – 255 Rundle Street East, Union Street, Ebenezer Place

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Twenty year old Western Australian student Kaylene Bederson topped your vote for fave style & fashion look, September 2016. We teamed her up with popular Perth Designer Jonté Pike of Jonté Designs for this photo shoot feature.

Kaylene was having a bit of fun with friends at the Perth Fashion Festival when our photographer snapped her. “I was laughing at my friends looking at me and snapchatting me.”  Totally surprised by her win, Kaylene only knew she’d topped the vote when she received an email from us. “Oh my gosh! I got the email… I was completely shocked!!  I didn’t think I could be voted and win for that matter. That’s awesome.”

“I like to think my style goes according to my moods. It’s unique. I take a lot of inspiration from what I view online and instagram, especially with high end brands. I take something that looks similar and make it look high end. I love op-shopping and finding things that are quite different and mixing them together with different tones, prints and textures. I  love putting combinations together that most people wouldn’t wear, but it works extremely well for me.”

Kaylene was excited to be invited to Jonté Designs studio in Balcatta for the photo shoot. Jonté styled five different looks for Kaylene to model from her latest range.  Shot by Perth photographer Tristan Jud, here are all five looks. Let us know which look’s your favourite!

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Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Jonté Designs:

Quartz collar (Stirling Silver)
Hydra Silk Shirt (Liquid Black)
Leather Ready Shorts (Grey/White)

Piper bag – Jessica Bratich

Rockerstud Mule – Rochessa

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Jonté Designs:

Marcasite Dress (rose gold)
Hydra silk shirt (liquid gold)

Pyrrah Bag White – Jessica Bratich

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Jonté Designs:

Avalon Beaded Top (Stirling Silver)
Lily Pleated Skirt (Black)

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Jonté Designs:

Daisy Lace bodysuit (White)
Bloom Wrap Skirt (Taupe)

Andrea Tote bag – Jessica Bratich

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Kaylene Bederson models Jonté Designs

Jonté Designs:

Micro Beaded Top (Navy)
Micro Shorts (Navy)
Hecate Cuff – Jessica Bratich

We also wanted to share a few BTS shots taken at Jonté’s studio in Balcatta.  Lucky Kaylene received a $200 Jonté Designs gift voucher presented to her by Jonté at the end of the shoot.

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Jonté Designs BTS

Jonté Designs BTS

Photos: Tristan Jud

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Our featured fashion shoot is with your top-voted August style and fashion favourite Clare Sayer from NSW.  Clare is styled by emerging Sydney designer Natasha Chiew in Tash’s MERCURY RISING collection, a pleated range inspired by Islamic architecture.

Clare Sayer is Aussie born, married to an Englishman and lives happily by the beach in Coogee. #MagicSpot! Clare’s an events manager and freelance make-up artist and was spotted by our photographer in Clovelly when Clare was working on a shoot for Asos. “I was extremely flattered that, when surrounded by models, the photographer even asked for my photo!” Clare topped the vote for August in a casual white playsuit and denim jacket.

Thrilled to have been top-voted, Clare was also excited about receiving her Happy Socks and working with designer Natasha Chiew for our shoot. Tash styled the shoot and set it in the Botanic Gardens. An amazing backdrop, the Gardens formed a brilliant contrast for the dramatic hues and patterns of Natasha Chiew Designs.  Photos: Alice Sciberras.

Clare Sayer models Natasha Chiew Designs

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Clare Sayer models Natasha Chiew Designs

Clare Sayer photoshoot styled by Designer Natasha Chiew

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Clare Sayer models Natasha Chiew Designs

Clare Sayer models Natasha Chiew Designs

Clare Sayer modelling Natasha Chiew Designs at Botanic Gardens Sydney

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Clare Sayer photoshoot for Natasha Chiew Designs

Clare Sayer photoshoot for Natasha Chiew Designs

Clare Sayer photoshoot for Natasha Chiew Designs

Clare Sayer photoshoot for Natasha Chiew Designs

Clare Sayer photoshoot for Natasha Chiew Designs

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