Photographer: Belinda Matheson Photography
Model: Brittney Krauer (Brunette)
Model: Candice Jayde Whiting (blonde/brown) -New Faces Model Management
Makeup Artist: Gabby Manners
HS: Craig Hislop
Fashion Designer: Nicolangela
Millinery: Olivia Schwarz – Bespoke Creations
Feather Headpieces: Feathers by Faith
BTS: Andy Bee
Studio: Eclat Creative – Williamstown
Nicole Angela Williams designer and founder of nicolangëla, is a highly awarded and leading designer of Women’s occasion wear. Her designs, often characterized by understated glamour, luxurious fabrics and unique exclusive prints, have introduced ease and streamlined modernity into Australian dressing since nicolangela’s inception in 2000.
The label today is retail, wholesale and online concept located in Melbourne’s fashionable Port. Nicolangela offers extensive options to connect with the collections. Through nicolangela showrooms in Melbourne, select boutiques across Australia, New Zealand & UK & additionally from the extensive online store.
Nicole enjoys a hands-on approach to Design. She creates each collection personally, starting with concept illustration through to the final collection. Nicole’s process of design is unique, utilizing her exceptional draping skills, patternmaking, and garment construction. Nicole’s designs evolve organically through the process of making. Prints are designed exclusively by Nicole and are printed in limited edition.
The result is a garment, which fits beautifully, is made with perfection and is flattering to the female form. The label has a distinctly European flavor, importing fabrics from all over Europe and Asia and progressing the designs and garment creation locally in Melbourne.
The nicolangëla collection is launched seasonally on the runway of Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival and Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. Nicolangëla maintains continued press coverage and a faithful following of television, film, sport and music personalities who choose the label when attending the most prestigious and highly exposed events.