Canberra's not particularly known for its skyline – it doesn't quite have the same glamour as Manhattan or London.
But it doesn't mean our nation's capital can't put on a show in the sky.
The new fashion collection from local label Zilpah Tart, titled Skyline, features exactly that but with a Canberra twist.
Designer Yumi Morrissey uses her own photos shot around Canberra to design fabrics for each of her collections, and has previously featured Parliament House, the Civic fountain and autumn leaves.
This time around, a sunset, wind turbines and the popular balloon festival have made the cut.
"The sunset print is actually a photo that I've taken from the front steps of my house [in Flynn], so we have a nice view of the Brindabellas out of my window, and we get amazing sunsets in summer," said Morrissey.
"Then the blue wine turbine print, I first tried to go out to Lake George, but it's hard to get a close-up shot there because they're so far away. So I drove out to Crookwell, and they have wind turbines right up close to the road and there's a really good lookout where you can get much closer pictures."
For the final photo, Morrissey got up before dawn and attended her first Canberra Balloon Spectacular. She turned the final image, which also features the Telstra Tower and National Museum, into a kaleidoscope pattern for the fabric.
The designs will be launched at next week's Fashfest, at one of the Friday night shows on September 30, and will be available online the next day.
Morrissey's range has also recently been picked up and stocked by Melbourne retail gallery Design A Space, where her dresses have proven popular.
"It's only been a little while but with the warmer spring weather sales are picking up a lot," she said.
"I just had panicked emails from them yesterday saying 'send us more, we need more'. "