Australian Fashion Film Awards

A glamorous crowd gathered to celebrate the Australian Fashion Film Awards 2016 at ACMI on Monday 13 December. The prestigious event attracts top filmmakers, VIPs and industry guests. It’s a showcase of the top creative works by independent and commercial filmmakers in the fashion and film industry.

AFFA founder Anastasia Fai says “AFFA aims to build a profile for creatives in the film industry, both nationally and globally. The profuse response we have received from fellow creatives and industry guests proves that fashion film is ever evolving and is only getting bigger.”

Let’s take a look at the winners on the night!

Best Emerging Label – Squeak Design – ‘How to Pocket Square’

Best International Fashion Film – Christian Larson (Cartier) – ‘Paris Nouvelle Vague’

Best Hair & Makeup – D aren Borthwick & Peter Beard – ‘Three Women Arrive’

Best Fashion Styling – Tom Craig (Gucci for Net-a-Porter) – ‘Gucci for Net-a-Porter’

Best Sound Design or Music – Radge Ratasphong and Charlie O’Brien (Sass and Bide) – ‘Amante Amore’

Best Visual Effects – The Woolmark Company – ‘The Innovator’

People’s Choice – ‘ Love Yourself’ by Lucas Jatoba for Macquarie Centre

Best Concept – Ace Norton (Garrett Leight) – ‘Synchronicity’

Best Director – Ariel Kleiman (Paspaley) – ‘Behind the Lens’

Best Australian Fashion Film – R adge Ratasphong (Sass and Bide) – ‘Amante Amore’

Having a laugh on the red carpet with Actress Carla Bonner, Mr Fashion Man aka Craig Lawson and Getaway TV Presenter Catriona Rowntree!

For more action shots from the night, head to my Facebook page here: http://alturl.com/ppban

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