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Nakia Stevens-McDonald

Creative Director

house of ernest

Perth Australia

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Nakia Stevens-McDonald

Creative Director

house of ernest

Perth Australia

PARADISE GARAGE (4 of 6)

House of Ernest ART TEAM takes on a collection Inspired by 70s London PUNK “PARADISE GARAGE” In response to London fashion week’s ode to Punk, the House of Ernest ‘CREATIVE TEAM’ has created a collection that harks back to London circa 1976 and the Punk area in general, merging it with today. The collection is telling a story of the dark rebellious side of 1970’s London in stark contrast to the swinging sixties or disco eras, with hair styled in contrasting textures, hair cut to look like it has been torn and colour that looks as though you’ve done it in you bathroom. Punk is reborn. The six looks all have names that show relation to the Punk movement and each look has its own back story.

Credits: Photography: Shift Creative MUA: Claire Mac: Styling: Tracey Hill Stylists: Nakia Stevens, Joshua Congreve, Kerryn Wilson

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