The ML Vintage Resort Collection

Continuing their power partnership with Melbourne’s Lipshut family, celebrity stylist Philip Boon and fashion designer Sonia Audino have teamed up again to present the ML Vintage Resort Collection this weekend.

After a successful Winter event, which saw the vaults open up in a burst of nylon, precious silks, pleats, flares and champagne, Boon and Audino are excited to present the Summer edit. Says Boon, “It’s all billowing resort and headscarves with huge 70s sunglasses. And the swimwear is heaven.”

The time is now to reveal your dramatic poolside persona.

 

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A unique collection of never before worn designer vintage 1970s-1980s resort wear, swimwear and accessories will be on display in the original showroom of the late Melbourne fashion doyenne, Mary Lipshut.

Make a splash in brands like Pucci, Missoni, Gianni Versace, Valentino, Krizia, Courreges, Genny, Callaghan, Complice and many more.

It’s what Joan & Jackie would expect.

 

PB & SA

Philip Boon & Sonia Audino have previously travelled the world distributing the best of Mary Lipshut’s collection to vintage collectors like Doris Raymond’s The Way We Wore and New York Vintage Inc. Read more about their journey here.

Photo by Bronwyn Kidd

 

The ML Vintage Resort Collection:

  • 2 DAYS ONLY
  • Friday 4th December 12 noon till 6pm
  • Saturday 5th December 10am till 5PM
  • Upstairs 3/7 Almeida Crescent, South Yarra (just off Chapel St)

Get Social:

  • @ml_vintage #mlvexperience
  • Image at top: The Garb Wire at Mary Lipshut’s salon

 

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