A story about two cities: the homeless people beg for change between catwalk models amid the glitz and glamor of Melbourne Fashion Week
- A whole series of models changed the CBD of Melbourne into their own cat walk on Wednesday
- They walked along DeGraves St during Pop Up 1 for Melbourne Fashion Week
- They didn't let the rain stop the show and all matching transparent umbrellas were put on
- A number of homeless people watched from the side of the improvised catwalk
A trail of glamorous models braved the rain for Melbourne Fashion Week, but the show was brought back to earth by a number of homeless people begging between the models.
During Pop Up 1, a number of models walked along DeGraves Street as part of the Melbourne Fashion Week on Wednesday in Melbourne, making the city their catwalk.
The leggy beauties did not stop the show in Melbourne during the wet winter and all matching transparent umbrellas were put on.
A man with just a thin rain poncho sheltering him from the wet weather held up a sign and asked for money from the audience
Models of all different heights were cast in the outdoor runway show on Wednesday in CBD of Melbourne
A large number of runway models placed in Center Place in the CBD of Mebourne, making the busy shopping and dining areas their own improvised runway
A model braved the wet Melbourne winter and wore a halter-beck green gingham tunic with matching capri pants, suede pink heels and a plain white T-shirt
A large number of runway models were placed in Center Place in the CBD of Mebourne, making the busy shopping and eating area their own improvised runway.
But amidst the glamor was the memory of the ever-present gap between the haves and the have-nots.
Homeless people begged on the sidelines of the improvised runway, while the models turned and posed directly at them.
During Pop Up 1, a number of models walked past Wednesday during Melbourne Fashion Week in Melbourne during Pop Up 1
A man with only a thin rain poncho protecting him from the weather held up a sign and asked for money from the audience.
& # 39; Hello people, my name is James and I am 54 years old. I'm trying to raise money tonight for a bed with backpackers, & # 39; stood on his plate.
& # 39; If you can help me, please do so because the nights are both cold and very heavy & # 39 ;.
The models walked through a number of locations in the CBD of Melbourne, including Southbank Promenade, Queensbridge Street and DeGraves Street.
The Melbourne Fashion Week started on Wednesday and runs until the 28th.
Models walk along Southbank Promenade during Pop Up 1 as part of Melbourne Fashion Week in Melbourne
A blond model wore clear sunglasses, a striped tie at the waist and patented kitten heels, while a brunette modeled checkered pants, pink sneakers and a hip
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