Words and direction: Sharmonie Cockayne
Pictures: Thomas McCammon
Before the pandemic, Adelaide was pretty happy to wear trackies down the Mall (no shade – Yeezy taught us).
We’re a slow city, and it suits our sleepy nature.
Or it did.
We’ve worn our good loungewear to death, we’re bored of working from home, and we’re in the mood to dust off our fancy things and spend some money at our favourite struggling establishments.
It’s hard to miss the bright pops of personality and colour sprinkled around the streets.
We’ve seen ‘90s and ‘00s elements surpass ‘trendiness’ to become the new normal (again).
On the classier end, thin little baguette bags, tailored trousers and blazers, and Bottega-esque heels.
On the more casual side, think old school Jordans, baggy jeans, and Princess Diana-style bike shorts paired with oversized tops.
Toned up or down, one thing is clear: Adelaide is ready to party.
In order of appearance:
Model & psychology student
Joanna Arul Tropeano
Musician and choral coach
Maleek Aler Solomon Deng
Creative Director, Serge Maleek
Fashion Designer, Stephanie Chehade
Producer & deejay