I attended Day 4 where the theme was "Counter CODE". I walked around the exhibition they had which I think was one of the best parts. They had photographs and designs on display. My favourite two they had were a red carpet with nails in it but had space for your feet and a red dress.
As for the shows, I saw Wolf N Crane, Neoteny Apparel, House of Poplyn, Odrea and Nuvango. When I saw that the theme was Counter CODE, with an emphasis on "CODE", I expected more technological aspects to designs like 3D printing, LED dresses sort of thing. The theme actually meant that the designs were a "rejection against the norm" which was still interesting to see.
Most of the designs weren't anything I would personally wear but I did like where the inspiration came from for their designs. For instance, Nuvango was inspired by colour theory and Odrea got inspiration from trompe l’oeil (which is an art technique that creates an optical illusion using realistic imagery). Odrea was by far my favourite show of the night. It was all white womenswear outfits. The location of the show didn't have a typical cascading seating plan like fashion week or at the movie theatres so it was really hard to take photos because of the limited seating they had. I ended up standing just to get a better view and that still didn't help when it came to photos! Overall it was great seeing more local designers!
Hopefully you enjoyed the photos I got of the exhibition and leave a comment if you enjoyed :)