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69 Capel Street, West Melbourne VIC 3003

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Kings Artist-Run provides a location for contemporary art practice, supporting distinctive experimental projects by artists at all stages of their careers.
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KINGS Artist-Run acknowledges the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate.

We offer our respect to Elders both past and present and extend this offer to all Australian First Nations people.

Ready-to-Wear

Remie Cibis


03 March 2022–03 March 2022

ONE NIGHT ONLY
Thursday 3rd March 6-8pm

Top worn underneath nylon skirt. Backless shoes with ankle ties from a selection. Agate and diamond pendant necklace. Pants sold as set with jacket. White-gold, diamond and topaz rings. Cropped cardigan. Belted shorts. Chocolate embossed leather. Satin bra. Bow worn as necktie. Cotton-mix shorts. Pool slides. Viscose jacket. Silk shirt. Jogging bottoms. Harness. Beaded cady top. Viscose-knit jacket. Viscose-knit skirt. Cashmere sweater. Silk-satin trousers. Glitter shoes. Ruched halterneck dress. Bracelet with crystal drop, worn as ear cuff. Hoop earrings, sold as pair. Slingbacks. Pearl pendant. Black camisole. Chartreuse minidress. P.O.A.

‘Ready-to-Wear,’ offers a selective edit of this season’s most fashionable looks, as wearable images. Assembled from the pages of Vouge 2021 and printed on chartreuse-backed, silk-satin, these glamorous visions may be arranged, styled and worn, in exchange for a photograph of the newly assembled look.

 

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  • Remie Cibis is a Naarm based fashion practitioner whose work explores how garments can be understood as images and and asks how we see ourselves through our clothes. Cibis’ work has been shown as part of Virgin Australia Fashion Festival, L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival and Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, as well as at various galleries including Conical ,First Site and Federation Square’s FedTV. Recent projects include ‘The Ideal Tee’ The University of New South Wales (Sydney), ‘Less is More. More or Less’ Sarah Scout Presents (Melbourne), ‘The Fashion Edit’ The University of Auckland (Auckland) and ‘She is in it not not at all’ Kings Artist Run (Melbourne).