Prepare for an immersive experience.

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Roula Abi Dib

Add this one to your diary. Next week, Nixi Killick will be unveiling her latest collection, Lattice Logic, as an immersive and dynamic techno-optimistic experience.

The collection can only be described as seasonless, genderless, psychedelic streetwear. This innovative and experimental show will be a celebration of technology and the power of positive dressing.

NXK has once again teamed up with HP Australia to arrange an interactive screen world that will allow guests to experience the collection on a whole ’nother level. It follows the designer's showcase at VAMFF last year, which saw guests sit in a train carriage coming off the top of a building. Yikes.

But this sort of feat is not new for the designer. Nixi already has already racked up an impressive CV, with highlights including dressing Lady Gaga on her ArtRAVE tour and partnering with both HP and IMB. And all this since graduating only a few years ago.

Witness her unmissable show in the flesh on March 13 at the HP Experience Centre on Collins Street Melbourne. The event is free but you must RSVP here

We wouldn’t expect anything less from NXK.


Anthony Tosello

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