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Mandy Heng designer from Sydney Australia

In Mandy Heng

 

The go-to designer for Oz’s notables, Mandy Heng. 

By: Triston

Berlin, Germany

 

Collaborating with an impressive artistic team of talent, photographer Thomas Wawrzyniak shot French model Claudia Carmen Carpentier in Sydney during her extended stay Down Under, as well as Sydney based models Natalie Bowden and Roni Holt. All models wore clothes by noted Australian designer Mandy Heng.

 

In Mandy Heng

In Mandy Heng

 

 

 

In Mandy Heng

In Mandy Heng

Heng’s designs are known for their immaculate tailoring, customized for each individual’s size and tastes. Not only is her line accessible to the general public, but it has been worn by some of Oz’s elite, including Johanna Griggs and Asher Keddie. The line also includes cocktail dresses and evening dresses for women that are looking to add to their fashion arsenal. For the best in designer womenswear, Mandy Heng has answered the call from women that demand the best in quality and tailored extravagance.

 

In Mandy Heng

In Mandy Heng

 

In Mandy Heng

In Mandy Heng

 

In Mandy Heng

In Mandy Heng

 

In Mandy Heng

In Mandy Heng

 

 

Crew:

Photographer: Thomas Wawrzyniak 

Hair: Mivia Pinniger Massana

Make-up Artist: Khiara Butcher

Designer: Mandy Andie Heng also on Facebook

Models: Claudia Carmen Carpentier, Paris; Natalie Bowden, Sydney; Roni Holt, Sydney

 

 

*Triston is a jet-set performance artist, writer and novelist, living between Istanbul and Berlin. You can catch up with Trison on Facebook @TristonNegreaux or on Twitter @ Triston212

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