Picnic dining out on Perth
THE face of Perth has become more sophisticated in recent years.
As the city comes of age, Perth fashion label Picnic wanted to capture a relaxed collection against the refined urbanity of the skyline.
The Art Gallery of WA rooftop proved the perfect base from which to shoot.
Picnic’s autumn winter 2016 collection brings together new silhouettes and beautiful fabrics for effortless style.
Sheen and texture is king this winter, with fringing, feature washes and coated fabrics adding intriguing detail.
Long-line capes and tunic-length vests are paired with satin pants, fatigued denim and matt midi skirts. A new colour palette of midnight navy, burnt olive and industrial greys form the base neutrals, backed up by classic black with pops of raspberry rose.
Picnic buyer Jana O’Callaghan said this season’s collection captured the design ethos of simple elegance and effortless style. “We have some new and edgy silhouettes that we know our customers will enjoy,” O’Callaghan said.
“Many styles this season will be produced locally in Perth, which we are particularly proud of.
“Being a WA owned and run company for over 30 years, we are proud of our lineage and pleased to showcase WA craftsmanship.”