17/10/2016
At Adelaide Fashion Festival.

Words by

Zoe Beer

The kick-off for Adelaide Fashion Festival is fast approaching, and among the jam-packed program of runways and events is this gem.

Adelaide artist known for her bright handmade clutches and accessories, Tiff Manuell, is holding an Open Studio. This means the chance to see her artistic process IRL, watching her designs come to life as Tiff paints her art onto canvas.

There will also be the opportunity to shop her pieces on-site so you can take your very own Tiff Manuell item home.

Held at this year’s Runway Hub, Victoria Square, the studio will be open from Thursday 20 to Sunday 23 October every evening at 5pm.

And along with being 100% inspiring, it’s also 100% free.

adelaidefashionfestival.com
tiffmanuell.com

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