The English Text:
Saturday the 22nd of September was not a usual Saturday for me. It was not a day of rest and relaxation after five days of work. On the contrary, last Saturday was a most busy Saturday during which I worked from morning until night. Strangely, but precisely because of this, I felt delighted and full of energy! I left for Sydney accompanied by my husband for a fashion shoot with a fashion brand from Australia, Number 9 Fashion.
Have you heard of Number 9 Fashion? It’s an Australian brand based in Sydney, which designs and sells modern dresses in a vintage style. I discovered their website a few months after moving to Australia, and found that their style was a style I had always searched for.
Furthermore, they design dresses in various sizes, including XS (6 modern Aus/8 UK), which are very suitable and fitting for me, at a price that is affordable for dresses made with fabric of a high quality.
Soon after ordering a dress for the first time from their website, I was very impressed with their customer service. My dress came quickly and met my expectations. It’s from that point on that my adventures with Number 9 dresses began.
Who would have thought at the time that they were also in the process of organising a competition, The Face of Number 9, for participants to become models for their dresses? Because their dresses are indeed interesting and fit with my own style, I decided to join in with the competition and luckily, I was chosen as one of the models!
On Saturday I met with the other Faces of Number 9, namely Rachel, Becca and Becky. None of us were professional models, just true wearers of retro dresses! And Number 9 Fashion offered us the opportunity to become models for their upcoming collection, so that you can get a picture of how their outfits are worn by regular people.
Without intending it, all four of us represented sizes that were different. I think this makes the Face of Number 9 all the more interesting.