THE fashion set descended into Sydney to see designers from all over the country show their Resort 19 season collections as part of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia last week.
Here’s a look at our top five favourite shows of the week.
Alice McCall’s Kismet collection was all about bright colours, pretty pastels, florals, frills, ruffles and layers.
Showcasing the brand’s signature feminine style of playful dresses, playsuits, shorts and crop tops, the collection was a mix of soft pretty pieces and strong, stunning metallic lurex designs.
It was an early morning start for those attending Macgraw’s show at Darling Point’s Swifts Mansion.
Sisters Beth and Tessa Macgraw, known for their pretty pieces, changed things up a bit, incorporating strapless and structured dresses with satin robes, all paired with chiffon ruffled lace pieces.
WE ARE KINDRED
We Are Kindred sisters Lizzie and Georgie Renkert’s latest collection Nouveaux Flair was inspired by the 19th century Art Noveau era.
Showcasing a collection that included prints, florals, crop tops and ruffles, swimwear and wide-brimmed hats, the duo’s latest collection stayed true to their feminine boho-inspired roots.
Feminine, playful and pretty pieces in whites and pastels all made the runway as part of Thurley’s latest collection.
Renowned for their ruffles, cut-out pieces, playsuits and stunning dresses, their collection was a favourite with the fashion set, who turned up in droves.
Having only given birth to baby Luna Gypsy and just being diagnosed with breast cancer, kaftan queen Camilla Franks showed why she is one of the best in the business. Franks closed Mercedes Benz Fashion Week on Thursday night in show-stopping style with a spectacular Japanese-inspired collection – simply incredible.