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Couture High Tea Salon Show





With only 1 week remaining until VICETA WANG’s latest collection makes it’s illustrious debut at Melbourne Fashion Festival, the air is thick with anticipation for an enthralling Autumn/Winter fashion season. Each year Melbourne hosts a slew of world-class designer runway shows kicking off on the 3rd of March. The 9-day festival showcases the best of Australian fashion, art, ideas, and creative endeavour to insight cultural growth and inspire all those who get a glimpse. Amongst the styling workshops, industry seminars, exhibitions, and live entertainment, the highlight of this highly anticipated event is no doubt it’s impactful local designer runways.






Proudly participating as part of the unrivalled festival’s Culture Program, VICETA WANG will showcase their latest collection in advance of their official Autumn/Winter runway show as an exciting sneak peek! Inviting guests on a celestial journey, ‘Infinity’ offers a modern interpretation of the beauty of our universe and our profound connection to cosmic space. The curated collection showcases pioneering techniques rich in naturally thermal fabrics crafted from the finest quality cashmere and wools in a colour palette as diverse as our solar system.





Traverse the boundlessness of infinity with us on the 8th of March at an exclusive viewing of the Infinity collection. The afternoon salon show will interweave looks amongst guests offering the unique opportunity to see bespoke details up close in proximity. Enjoy a carefully crafted high tea, elevated with pastries created by The Langham, Melbourne’s chefs and served with specialty tea and champagne alongside spectacular views of the Yarra river in the heart of the city.



Discover your wardrobe's winter wonders on this journey to infinity.


Book your tickets through Humanitix, here.






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VICETA WANG

"INFINITY" The Beautiful Unknown Autumn Winter 2023 Fashion Campaign shot at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne. Inge King Rings of Saturn 2005–06 stainless steel 450 x 450 x 450 cm Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne Commissioned through the Heide Foundation with significant assistance from Lindsay and Paula Fox 2005 © Estate of Inge King



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