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Emma Mulholland Gets Risque

Emma Mulholland shows us just how to use our office supplies with a bit of Risque Business involved. Read all about it here.

Source: Nylon Magazine

Now trending: Australian fashion. Not only are these designers bringing something fresh to the table, but they most certainly know how to work a bold unconventional slightly bizarre print.

At the moment, we are all the rage for designer Emma Mulholland, who has just debuted her latest collection Risque Business at MBFWA. The collection has a 80’s inspired theme tied together with neutral makeup to compliment the neon colours and intriguing prints and accessories of note pads, post its and paper clips.

Mulholland gives us a little peek into this collection, with her inspiration coming from The John Huges brat pack.

All of his movie from Home Alone to The Breakfast Club have (in my opinion) some of the strongest and most memorable movie characters of all time. The styling in these films is always spot on. It’s a collection I have been thinking about for a long time. I combined this with office supplies like note pads, Post Its, and paper clips.” said Mulholland.

When asked if she could see one person; living, dead, or fictional, in the line, which would it be; Mulholland said; “Andie from Pretty in Pink, probably after she gets with the ‘richie’ [Blaine] so she can afford it. She has amazing style in that movie.”

Her Risque Business playlist has: ‘9 to 5’ by Dolly Parton, ‘Shell Shock’ by New Order and ‘Material Girl’ by Madonna.

With the hair and makeup being a bit unexpected and out of the norm, making it ultimately one of the coolest to date, Mulholland reveals that her inspiration came from her love for Molly Ringwald‘s textured bob that she donned in the 80’s:

“We wanted something that was quite office/employment suitable combined with the girls’ natural beach-y hair, I was lucky to work with Alan White and GHD again on this and they really brought it to life. We chose three toned down colours for the wigs that tie in with the collection. For the makeup we wanted to keep really light and natural with some great pastel lips to tie back in with the collection.” 

Girls everywhere, please take note that according to one of favourite new designers Emma Mulholland, she suggests that the one piece from the collection that you need to own is the ‘bored’ tank or ‘says it all’ tee. For more information visit: http://emmamulholland.com.

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