From red carpet to front row

Silky and white, floor length, curtained down the middle by a hidden high slit that reveals itself in movement or when seated. What I’ve just described sounds like the kind of dress you might find on the red carpet but, as actress Emma Lung demonstrates, that need not be the case. Sitting front row at Fernando Frisoni’s Australia fashion week show, Emma’s look was clean, simple and elegant.

And how perfectly captured for between the shadows by the lens of Giang Cao?

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