A fashionable night out was had as the online boutique Milan Mode gave us a taste of their online world in real life. The pop-up launch showcased some of Milan Mode’s latest up-coming fashion labels, styles and trends for the spring and summer. Set in the upstairs area of The Ambassadors on King William Street, the space provided a fantastic backdrop for all things glam and on trend.
Milan Mode has already gained a huge following on Instagram and Facebook, as the owner Tahlea Barbaro puts forward her fashion vision and promotes mostly Australian labels on the site.
The pop-up launch showcased some glamorous and affordable labels including Madison Square, Runaway, Amelius, Toby Heart Ginger, Rose Bullet, Levora, Luxe, Premonition, Luvalot and many others. Also on display were some fantastic scented candles by Odore, and yummy Nutella donuts and cupcakes by How Sweet It Is.
Milan Mode Boutique is currently running a pop-up store in Westfield Marion in front of Sportsgirl from 2nd until the 8th of November!
Show your support for local businesses and hop on down to Westfield Marion or simply go to their website and check out the amazing products on offer for yourself!
All images taken by Alexia Frangos.
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