Kristine Crabb is the founder and designer of Miss Crabb, a cult New Zealand fashion brand known for its cleverly cut silk gowns and subtly subversive aesthetic. Her clothes are worn by accomplished, interesting women (and sometimes men!), who appreciate intelligent design and luxurious fabrics. She lives in a combined workroom-and-home space in Auckland with her three children, aged 6, 9 and 10.Read More
How long have you been in Fashion and what was the inspiration to start Victor Bridesmaid? My interest in fashion started from a young age (as soon as I could sew!) and after completing a Fashion Diploma in Wellington, I began my fashion career in 1999 with Keith Matheson. I was inspired to start ViCTOR when my friends started getting engaged and came to me for help with their dresses after struggling to find dresses in the retail shops.
Makeup—Bobbi Brown soft coral lip colour pressed lightly on the lips gives a soft, sultry and kissable look. Hair—loose curls are swept up and pinned into a soft and voluminous bun at the back of the head while keeping lift and wave in the front. A style reminiscent of the 1960s but modernised by its slightly undone feel. Imogen wears Lena bra and knicker set in Paprika by Lonely Lingerie.