NSW: Chris Warren, engineer, Market St, Sydney. Photo: Alice Sciberras. “I’d describe my style as preppy casual.”
VIC: Salyma Groud, hairstylist & model, Swanston Street, Melbourne. Photo: Mary Tham. “My personal style is bohemian arabic.”
NSW: Summer-Jade Edmonds, receptionist/waitress, Sydney. “Hard work pays off. Always be kind. You never know who’s day you could change.” Pic: Alice Sciberras
NSW: Ashleigh Candela, manager, snapped in Pitt St Sydney by Alice Sciberras.
NSW: Morgan Cleary, fashion retail manager, QVB, Sydney. “I do what I want”.
VIC: Christina Aubrey, hairdresser. Photo: Mary Tham. “My style is a bit of this, bit of that thrown together.”
SA: Jason Concalves Da Costa, student, Rundle Mall. “My clothes are basic because my personality speaks for itself.”
Vic: Victor Liu, Federation Square, Melbourne. “Id say my style is timely yet timeless.” Photo: Mary Tham
Vic: Kristen Frewen, student, Brunswick St. “My style’s eclectic, playful and expressive and reflects my mood.” Photo: Mary Tham
SA: Terry Wang (L)sales manager, & Xin Li sales, in Rundle Mall. Terry: “Keep smiling in this great Aussie life style! Cheers!” Xin: “I enjoy my own fashion! And style!”
SA: Tiffany Papaemanouil (L) graphic design student & Carri Patniots, hairdresser, Rundle Mall. Photo: Leah Metaxas
Tiffany: “I believe you should own yourself.” Carri: I’m wearing stuff from my friend’s wardrobe.
WA: Arjana Balakumar, Fringe World Perth. Photo: Alan Wu. “I like summery and casual and whatever makes me feel confident.”
NSW: Elleni Canaris, student intern spotted in Pitt St by Alice Scsiberras. “I dress happy.”
WA: Alex Hazewinkel, store manager snapped at work, Perth. “Rather than copy what is trendy, I much prefer to respect my personal style that reflects my personality.” Pic: Alan Wu
SA: Ellen, baker, Rundle Mall, Adelaide. “I like to wear something bright, colourful or with a funny pattern.”
VIC: Emilie Groegan, designer, spotted in Little Collins St. Photo: Mary Tham. “I like to wear clothing that is locally made and support designers”.
Vic: Simone Moller, student, Melbourne. “My style’s eclectic and feminine.” Pic: Mary Tham
VIC: Mariela Shultz, Melbourne CBD. Photo: Mary Tham.
My style is quirky, colourful, graphic, novel and comic.
SA: Liz Camalan, dance teacher and Fringe Performer, Frome St Adelaide. “I’d sum myself up with the word “passionate”. I live to dance and share the joy.”
WA: Nicky Paez at work in fashion retail, Perth. “My style is streetstyle mixed with old fashioned attire and influence.” Pic: Alan Wu
NSW: Kea Pleasance, George St Sydney. Photo: Alice Sciberras. “I’m just living and laughing it up in the city.”
NSW: Christina El Khouri, Pitt St, Sydney. Photo: “Fashion is eternity!” Photo: Alice Sciberras
NSW: Fiory, Sydney CBD. Photo: Alice Sciberras.
NSW: Lauren Nash, graphic designer, QVB, Sydney. Photo: Alice Sciberras. “ My style is Boho shieke”.
Rachel Zhong, student, at QVB. Photo: Alice Sciberras.
WA: Natasha Albertini, sales assistant, Claremont. “My style usually represents a feminine, edgy look.” Photo: Alan Wu
SA: Annie Kraehe, Rundle Mall. “You want to take my photo, why?”
SA: Tiara Ladju, student in Rundle Mall. “I usually never wear bright colours.”
WA; Robbie Wong, photographed by Alan Wu, in Perth. “Gear’s from Korea.”
SA: Sabina Kelly outside the Austal, Adelaide. “Gotta go to work now.”
Vic: Laura Phillips, student, Melbourne. “I have broad taste in fashion. I don’t like following trends. I prefer to do my own thing. I get inspired by nature and people in the street”. Pic: Mary Tham
NSW: Patricia Conden, executive assistant/ sales, Sydney. “I throw it all in together at the last minute: mix and match. ” Pic: Alice Sciberras.
SA David Longo, retail and music, Gawler Place, Adelaide. I dress with my own sense of fashion and I do music”.
WA: Lilian Maina, community support officer, Claremont. “I like fun casual wear.” Photo: Alan Wu
NSW: Leanna, student, spotted outside the Town Hall by Alice Sciberras. “My style is colourful.”
NSW: Kira De Hayr, hospitality, Pitt St Mall. “I only wear colour”. Pic: Alice Sciberras
Vic: Amy Dunstan, secretary, Bourke St. “My style is casual sophistication”. Photo: Mary Tham
Vic: Vera, student, snapped just off Bourke St Mall. “I’m into vintage.” Pic: Mary Tham
Roya Szafir, communications and graphics,, Rundle Mall, Adelaide. “I am an international spirit and I believe life is for living.”
NSW: Chloe Nour, artist, Sydney CBD. “Have fun!” Photo: Alice Sciberras.
NSW: Daniele Kodoma, lawyer, Pitt St. “I like lots of colour”. Pic: Alice Sciberras
WA: Nathan Vo, national sales manager, Perth. “My style can be described as sixties mod, prep.” Pic: Alan Wu.
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WA: Ally Moschini, vintage hair stylist, Fringe World Festival, Perth. Photo: Alan Wu. “Two words that sum up my personal style: classic vintage”.
Ruth Hannan, store director, snapped in Pitt St, Sydney. Photo: Alice Sciberras. “I wear on trend quality vintage.”
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WA: Student Emily Hird, Fringe World Festival Perth. “I’m a Vintage Girl.”
NSW: Koko Neu, account manager, Pitt St. “My style is classical and elegant. Suited to my figure.” Photo: Alice Sciberras.
SA: Holly Ford, hairdresser, Pultney St, Adelaide. “I always overdress.”
SA: Sara Mackay, Rundle Mall. “I am an animal lover.”
SA Vera Wang, student, Rundle Mall. “All my stuff is from China. I like to wear what I like.”
Vic Students Jenni Ji, (L) and Jasmine spotted by Les Brown Yarra Bank, Melbourne.
Natalia De Martin, fashion Stylist, Pitt St, Sydney. Photo: Alice Sciberras. “I’m creating a world full of beauty.”
VIC: Emma Thorne, student, Degraves St, city. Photo: Mary Tham. “My personal style is relaxed and bright.”
VIC: Omar Haqeem, sales assistant & fashion designer. Photo: Mary Tham. “My style reflects on my mood: tailored garments and colour.”
WA: Iva Vaselihov, Northbridge. Photo: Alan Wu. “I think of my style as funky, vibrant and colourful.”
NSW: Zoe Tapp, sales assistant, Crown St, Sydney. Photo: Alice Sciberras. “I like to go all out.”
Vic: Jean Jacques Musa, engineer, Melbourne. “My personal style could be funny and weird, but tank top addicted and very cool.” Photo: Mary Tham