TPFF 2017 CAMPAIGN | BEHIND THE SCENES
It's that time of the year again when we begin to unveil our Telstra Perth Fashion Festival (TPFF) campaign. We were so lucky to work with a brilliant group of creatives to bring our TPFF 2017 vision to life. This year's campaign entailed the fusion of technology and fashion; taking you on a futuristic journey, shedding light on the upcoming season and transporting you into fashion's future. With an edgy, powerful and confident vibe, the campaign embraces all things fashion-forward and celebrates all that Perth has to offer. The first look at our campaign was featured in a recent STM edition.
Check out some of the behind the scenes images captured from our campaign shoot below. A huge thank you to everyone involved and special thanks to Chris Huzzard Studios, Crown Perth, Transperth and Cloisters.
A sneak peek of our campaign images, recently previewed in STM:
Stylists own top, Christie Nicolaides earrings from MYER and Lovisa rings
Ae'lkemi silver urchin beaded gown, Diavolina heels from Zomp
Stylists own top, Clover earrings from cloveraccessories.com.au, Dinosaur designs bracelets from dinosaurdesigns.com.au and Mountain & Moon rings
Stay tuned as we continue to unfold our #TPFF2017 campaign and calendar of events. We hope you will journey with us for yet another amazing Festival!
Creative Director: Mariella Harvey-Hanrahan
Producer: Marcia Ball
Photographer: Penny Lane
Stylist: Teagan Sewell
Hair Director for L'Oréal Professionnel: Melissa Gesualdo, Reno’s on St Quentin
Makeup Director: Carol Mackie for Artists @ Play
Models: Michaela Bennett, Tegan Desmond and Stirling Caiulo @ Chadwick Models
Videographers: Jamie Plunkett and Tom Iffla from Apertunity Productions
Photographic Assistant: Ashley Walton
Stylist Assistants: Elizabeth Mitchell and Jordan Roget
Hair Assistants: Brooke Gee, Melanie Camille and Logan McIntosh
Makeup Assistant: Hannah Hughes for Artists @ Play
Production Assistant: Gabriel Chua
Locations: Chris Huzzard Studio, Crown Perth, The Elizabeth Quay Carousel and Transperth