Head ‘Alannah Hill’ pattern maker launches new fashion line, Zenzero

For the last 10 years, Quoc Luu has worked as a head pattern maker for famed Australian label, Alannah Hill. With Alannah’s full blessing and support, Quoc Luu is has decided to pursue his “own personal creative vision”; with his new label ‘Zenzero’.

The young RMIT graduate may have launched his own label, but the floaty and feminine Alannah Hill vibe is still unmistakably evident. “I’ve create an extensive range of unique feminine dresses from the finest silk crinkle chiffons, printed with georgette, silks, rayon and velvets mixed with wool and viscose jersey. The fabrications also include embroidered Japanese silk habutate and metallic crushed taffeta”.

Hills’s former protégé also states that Zenzero is designed for “young women who crave quality and for those whom adore unabashed femininity.”

Zenzero is currently available at Orlik Denmark stores in Melbourne. The latest spring/summer Zenzero collection (pictured above) will be in store by September 2007.

[By Lauren Goble]

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