Witchery together with the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation and Madison magazine are thrilled to have partnered with Australia’s most stylish television show, Project Runway.
Project Runway Australia’s 10 final designers were given an amazing opportunity to use their design skills for the benefit of others in episode three of the Arena series. The designers were challenged to create an on-trend white shirt for the Witchery White Shirt Campaign which helps raise awareness and vital funds for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.
We take you behind the scenes as contestants are briefed and work hard on their entries:
We’d like to congratulate winner Tristan Melle on his exquisite, winning design.
Hailing from the UK Tristan (31) has studied extensively and has a BA in Fashion Design from London University. Tristan’s designs are sophisticated, edgy, glamorous and sexy for the strong, confident woman.
The Project Runway OCRF White Shirt designed by Tristan Melle features Magyar batwing sleeve with rolled cuff, concealed button through placket and contrast fabrication panels. 100% of the gross proceeds from the sale of this shirt will go directly to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation to assist them in finding an early detection test for this insidious disease.