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Resort 2016 by Josh Goot

Fashion | July 31, 2015 |

004Image courtesy of Josh Goot

Resort 2016 by Josh Goot

Since the label’s launch at Australian Fashion Week in 2005, designer Josh Goot is considered to be one of Australia’s most influential and internationally significant designers.

003Image courtesy of Josh Goot

Along with the brand’s signature hallmark of cotton jersey, simplicity, graphic sense, astounding prints and sport references; Josh Goot is interested in exploring conventions of beauty and a vision of a modern urban woman.

002Image courtesy of Josh Goot

Every outfit in itself is a strong statement. At the same time Josh Goot’s powerful signature look builds an overarching bracket around the collection.

more. www.joshgoot.com

 

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