Last night the fashion crowd of Melbourne flocked to the Fitzroy Gardens for Gorman's Autumn 2015 showing.

Held at The Conservatory (yes, it was an actual conservatory), we sat among the flowers as models paced the pebbled floors in one of the best Gorman ranges we've seen yet.

In typical Gorman fashion, the collection was abundant in colour and played heavily with textures and print. 

We were there to point and shoot to make sure you didn't miss a moment. You can thank us later.

 

Photography: 
Justin McLean @ AEVOE

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