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An evening with Esse Studios | Edit Collection

The evening saw friends of the brand, media and industry players gather to eat, drink and take in the serene landscape that her clothes and accessories breathed into the space.

by The AFC

26 August 2022

Australian designer Charlotte Hicks has launched Edit Collection x ESSE Studios at premier shopping destination Chatswood Chase Sydney, offering several weeks of unmissable retail experiences between 26th July to 18th September.
 

Following on from her highly coveted runway at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week, the technology driven retail space will host Charlotte's latest collection ‘Edition No.7’ for the next three weeks.
 

The evening saw friends of the brand, media and industry players gather to eat, drink and take in the serene landscape that her clothes and accessories breathed into the space. Not to mention the live harp player and beautiful models sporting the latest collection.
 


 

ESSE Studios is a contemporary, ready-to-wear lifestyle brand for the woman who takes a considered and conscious approach to her style. Every ESSE Studios design features classic, versatile pieces with a purpose, with each Edition building upon the last. Created by award-winning designer Charlotte Hicks, each piece is an innovative interpretation of everyday ESSEntials.
 


 

The successful retail concept is a partnership between Vicinity Centres, Afterpay, and the Australian Fashion Council. The partnership gives emerging Australian designers support and omni-channel strategies to drive sales and provides an opportunity to experiment with interactive digital technology and physical retailing.
 

In 2022, Edit Collection has featured premier Australia designers Bondi Born, My General Store, First Nations Fashion + Design and now ESSE Studios.
 

Edit Collection x ESSE Studios is open from July 26th to 18th September. To find out more, head to the program page on the AFC website.

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