Photo: Michael Ng Stolen Girlfriends Club can always be counted on to throw a damn good show full of hilarious gimmicks and cameos (not to mention the most banging after party of the week). One year musician Sasha Carlson went down the catwalk in a gold miner’s onesy beneath a clear plastic raincoat; Lily Montana has walked alongside her mother, 80s model Brigette Berger; and last night’s show opened with a troop of girls wearing particularly tacky 80s prom gowns, which they stripped off on the runway. This season, one third of the Stolen Girlfriends Club team was absent. CreativeClick to Continue!
Luke Harwood. Photo: Zara Mirkin The three men behind Stolen Girlfriends Club serve three quite different roles: Marc Moore is the charismatic, man-about-town designer; Dan Gosling is the business brain with his fingers in multiple pies; and Luke Harwood is the branding guru whose job it is to steer the ship and manage relationships with retailers, agents and distributors. Harwood is about to undertake his biggest challenge thus far: setting up Stolen Girlfriends Club’s first ever international showroom – in New York City – and attempting to take the brand to the next level in what is potentially the largestClick to Continue!
Photos: supplied 1. Acne Compass Bomber – “I’m thinking a future trip to NYC here…”2. Dash Snow (RIP) collage from his series The End of Living, The Beginning of Survival – “Loved Dash Snow’s work especially Death Penalty for Turning to Jesus. This is the third Christmas I’ve wished… Since his passing I see it becoming further out of reach.” 3. La Gras Lamp – “These are the coolest things ever. Designed by Bernard-Albin Gras in 1921. Simple yet classic, something you have forever. I want the chrome/black offering!” (Available from Simon James) 4. Rick Rubin In The Studio – “Love theClick to Continue!