Moss and Spy turns global trends into Aus­tralian qual­ity

Bundaberg Style - - FASHION FABULOUS -

FOR more than 10 years, Moss and Spy has been pas­sion­ate about creat­ing beau­ti­ful clothes for women. Fol­low­ing the phi­los­o­phy of beau­ti­fully un­com­pro­mis­ing, Moss and Spy cre­ates styles to lead, not fol­low, global trends, with each Moss and Spy piece de­signed to last a life­time, start­ing with a hand-drawn orig­i­nal sketch by the Aus­tralian de­sign team.

Each range is de­signed by the Aus­tralian de­sign team un­der Paris-ed­u­cated head de­signer Lia Tsi­mos in Syd­ney.

They get in­spi­ra­tion for col­lec­tions by mon­i­tor­ing global trends in colours and fab­rics and keep their eye on the cat­walks in the world’s cap­i­tals.

Moss and Spy uses the high­est qual­ity in­ter­na­tional and Aus­tralian fab­rics and their ded­i­cated Aus­tralian mak­ers main­tain the high­est qual­ity con­trol stan­dards.

Moss and Spy are known for a unique style and qual­ity that com­petes with the best from Europe and ex­clu­sive to Avanti Col­lec­tions in Bund­aberg.

1. The Aza­lea Dress in emer­ald/black is per­fect for a wed­ding or event, while the Alona in a flo­ral stripe cot­ton burnout is ideal for long hot sum­mers.

2. Pink is pop­u­lar and the off-shoul­der Daisy dress is ideal for many oc­ca­sions – the lace fab­ric is en­hanced with black de­tail, mak­ing it a sen­sa­tional wardrobe piece.

3. The Moana blouse teamed with a pleat pant is very fes­tive and the silk satin print is per­fect for our Queens­land life­style. The maxi is very soft and floaty and ideal for that spe­cial oc­ca­sion.

4. The Harper top in a knit with sheer de­tailed sleeves, teamed with a Sher­bet skirt in pink works well. A pretty top can be put with dressy pants or ca­sual jeans for a re­laxed look.


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