The Dion Lee Spring/Summer 10/11 Collection is Plastered With Potential

By: Tiana Reid - Published: May 11, 2010   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: dionlee & jakandjil
Photoblogger Tommy Ton of Jak & Jil snapped the Dion Lee Spring/Summer 2010/11 collection of the emerging Australian fashion designer during Rosemount Australian Fashion Week.

Shown at the Sydney Opera House, the colourful collection was part psychedelic with symmetrical ink blot prints and part futuristic Greco-Roman goddess with slicked back, plaster-painted tresses. It could even be considered part jock with its racerback details.

Implications - The models had bright complexions and looked like they weren't wearing any makeup at all. The Dion Lee Spring/Summer 2010/11 collection is the perfect mix of clothing that can go from day to night in a snap. The collection holds items that are wearable for both work and play. Stats for Plaster-Painted Hair Trending: Older & Mild
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