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Childhood memories are revisited with WHITE STORY’s Resort 18 Collection.

Memories of my love of ballet are nourished as I reflect on my earlier childhood days when I accompanied my mother hand in hand for the first time to the Australian Ballet to watch Swan Lake.

I can still remember the way it made me feel. The senses left a lasting impression. The touch, the sound, and the feel.

You see, I grew up listening to Chopin and Vivaldi on vinyls. I would save my pocket money and spend hours in the record shop deliberating my purchase. All those years ago seem like yesterday. I now cherish the days that I spent taking my daughter Jess to the ballet.

Once again, hand in hand... we have to snatch precious moments as she now lives overseas. You see it’s a generational thing. You can’t explain it. It’s just there. It’s magical.

This resort collection reflects a new found femininity. While crisp pique continues to take centre stage, the inclusion of softer flowing organza finds newness and complements the feminine lines, providing fluid movement. Always moving, just like our lives.

We grow with the experiences we have and leave behind lasting memories.

For International Fall ‘17// Australian Spring 17 White Story travels to Paris, evoking the bohemian escapism of the 1970’s period in la Ville Lumiere.
Titled Rue St Jacques, the collection is named after the street where designer Fiona Myer lived when she worked in Europe as a model.
The collection is a nod to a time when the freedom to think and experiment without limitations was boundless, and women were strong, liberated and empowered.
Bohemian, peasant blouses, peppered with velvet touches and pique accents are styled with high wasted flares and jumpsuits.
Designer, Fiona Myer, a passionate ceramicist, blends her background in art and design, to create pieces with a sculptural edge, as encapsulated by the Joplin and Macgraw shirts.
As with the previous collection, all White Story garments are designed in Melbourne by Fiona Myer, and materials are handpicked by Fiona on her travels to Italy and Japan.
The pieces are cut in limited numbers, making each garment not only unique but also exclusive.