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Expired Event - Mastercard team up with Australian fashion label C/MEO Collective on MBFWA installation ‘Connecting Threads’ - 18 May 2018

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Mastercard team up with Australian fashion label C/MEO Collective on MBFWA installation ‘Connecting Threads’

When:
Every day until Sat 19 May 2018
Cost:
Free
Details:
Style lovers and fashion week attendees are invited to ‘Connecting Threads’, an installation created by Mastercard and Australian fashion label C/MEO Collective.
 
Hanging proudly from the Carriageworks rafters, ‘Connecting Threads’ is a fusion of fashion, innovation and technology which evokes the complex interaction between light, form and colour in fashion, represented by delicate intertwining threads. It’s a space where discoveries happen, conversations start and meetings take place.
 
Guests will be able to browse, interact with and purchase C/MEO Collective’s May 18 collection ‘Exhibit’ on giant touchscreens. The very latest augmented reality has also been used to give people an immersive behind-the-scenes runway experience and access to exclusive content, only available at the ‘Connecting Threads’ activation.
Location:
Carriageworks
245 Wilson Street
Eveleigh NSW 2015
Contact:
Lauren Maneschi on
  0404033096

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