Summary: Jayson Brunsdon is an Australian designer who started his own label in 2003 after nearly 20 years in the industry. His look is "understated glamour" with a bit of cinematic drama thrown in. This collection was inspired by Tamara de Lempicka’s elegant cubist portraits. This resulted in more form fitting body conscious evening wear that was more asymmetrical, bias cut and draped a la deco style to create a longer, leaner silhouette.
Color Palette: white, ivory, willow, taupe, teal, sage, mushroom, chocolate, copper, charcoal, slate, navy & black
Textures & Details: stretch merino wool, silk, organza, jersey, satin, taffeta, silk cotton, tulle, silk georgette, beaded tulle, silk duchesse and Swarovski crystals.
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Key Looks: charcoal merino wool "bellhop" jacket with Swarovski crystals with charcoal stretch merino wool pants, a copper silk satin "fatale" dress with Swarovski, a merino wool coat with an organza overlay, a black beaded silk georgette "jazz" dress, wedgewood silk satin and georgette "Marie" dress and a chocolate tulle devore silk gown.
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