Females, fashion and florals.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Woodes is doing all sorts of cool things at the moment. Not only has she just released a collaborative EP, she is curating Melbourne Music Week’s Interwoven installation. Interwoven will see Melbourne’s Church of Bang Bang Boogaloo transform into an interactive space and host a huge organic sculpture created by Wona Bae.

On November 17, Interwoven will host a night of performances that will fuse female musicians, florals (because spring, duh) and fashion. Not only will the night showcase some of our best up-and-coming female talents, but it will also showcase local designers. Expect to see threads by Verner, Kloke, Kuwaii, Etal and more.

In celebration of Interwoven and female power, we have a special treat for you all. It’s a series of live performances by the Interwoven artists, so you can get a sneak preview what’s to come.

Here come the lush sounds of Woodes herself.


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One to add to your playlist.
She can do pretty much anything.
The best week of Melbourne's music year is on the horizon.
Is there anything more 'Melbourne' than a laneway party?