It’s almost here – Wearable Art Mandurah 2018 is just hours away and ahead of the highly anticipated event, we’ll be bringing you behind the scenes coverage of the showcase.
Throughout the week models and dancers have been practicing, dresses have been altered and organisers have been frantically running around trying to bring their dream to fruition.
Held on June 9-10, the showcase attracts entrants from across the world to the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.
Unique and extravagant garments will fill the performing arts centre during the next few days as part of the colourful event.
The 2018 competition has seen the largest amount of entrants, with 132 participants from Australia and abroad, including Singapore, China, the UK, India, New Zealand, Switzerland and Romania.
The event encourages participants to create thought-provoking works of art for the body, based around set categories.
This year’s event included five categories which were aimed to be inclusive to all skill levels and ages: avant-garde, transformation, metallic, tertiary student and youth (under 18 years old).
Check out the gallery above to see some of the finishing touches of the event.
For details on shows and times visit the Wearable Art Mandurah website.