Verner’s campaign for SS15, Eat Cake, may lack face but none of their usual attitude.

The Melbourne-based contemporary designer, known for her experimental design and play on ‘gender, wearability and function’, conveys her thoughts on modern effortless style through the creative collection. It's a forward-thinking brand that encourages the same from the wearer, inspired by luxury, ease and the wide blue skies common to Australian living. Pieces are both versatile and statement in themselves. 

A complex design brief, for a complex woman. Nothing is simple with Verner’s relaxed elegance. 

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Photography: 
Jasmine Maher
Hair and Make-up: 
Ellie Tseriotis
Styling: 
Jamie-Maree Shipton

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