One Fell Swoop Collaboration with Tane Andrews


Designers Daniel Romanin and Nikolina Egic of WA label, One Fell Swoop collaborated with artist friend, Tane Andrews to create a unique backdrop set for their PFF show and present their Autumn Winter collection. The collection features prints designed to directly reflect the way shadows are formed through intricacies in Tane’s signature laser cut sculptures.

Together with One Fell Swoop’s immaculate aesthetic, their focus on cut and drape and ability to design what women want, this collaboration saw rave reviews and was a personal highlight of mine at this year’s Perth Fashion Festival.

The above and below images are of the delicate and detailed platters that Daniel himself puts together using a selection of gourmet treats from European Foods. The pictures do not do them justice but I still couldn’t resist including. So divine!


Models posed in position on little podiums before rotating around the room to the sounds of music by eccentric WA songstress Kucka (or so I was told from a fellow guest.) It actually sounded a bit Japanese to me but whatever it was, it was curated beautifully.

Every minute or so the lights would go down and models would move spots. It was so effortlessly done that I didn’t even realise a few models at a time were actually leaving the set to get changed. All of a sudden you would notice…hang on a minute, Ebony is wearing something different now!? An incredibly flawless showcase by the talented artists.


Tane Andrews’ incredible laser cut paper sculptures formed the set of One Fell Swoop’s immaculate show


All blonde models

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Check out the sparkle in this fabric

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wearable art

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Fashion illustrator, Pippa McManus on the job. I think she is the only person who actually sketches from the runway, amazing!

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