Getting a designer dress for a birthday present would seem like a fairytale for most girls and for San Cisco musician and rising fashionista Scarlett Stevens the dream has just become a reality.
After a busy year for the * *Fremantle * * band, drummer Stevens recently celebrated her 21st birthday with a trip to New York.
On her return, she was treated to an outfit from the latest collection of London Fashion Week favourite Antipodium, the brainchild of WA designer Ashe Peacock and Topshop creative guru Geoffrey J. Finch.
As the only woman in a four-piece group, Stevens has steadily gained attention for her savvy style choices and said Antipodium had become one of her most-loved designers for their "kooky inspirations".
"I have been a fan of the label for a while now," she said.
"I feel like it is really similar to my personal style - I love the quirky prints and the different eras they draw from."
Stevens will have plenty of opportunities to dress up when the ARIA-nominated band hits the road once more with a tour to Japan next year.
And there is more on the cards for San Cisco in coming months.
"We are writing our next album and then we are doing a tour down south," Stevens said.
"We are also hoping to poll somewhere in the Triple J Hottest 100 with the cover we did of (Daft Punk's) Get Lucky."
Antipodium will see in Christmas with a week-long pop shop on King Street, where it will show its Resort 14 collection Teddy Boys Picnic.