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Alice McCall Resort 2019
Alice McCall is a well established Australian designer who debuted her label in 2004. McCall’s designs are know as eclectic, playful, yet sensible at the same time, with much focus on the details in her clothing (McCall is known to experiment with delicate in-house made lace and embroidery).
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Macgraw Resort 2019
Macgraw, a fairly new line launched in 2012 by sisters Beth and Tessa MacGraw, was arguably the highlight show of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. The collection was beautifully curated, with inspiration drawn from the Gothic, set among the backdrop of one of Sydney’s oldest mansions. On a beautifully crisp and bright…[Read more]
Justin Cassin Resort 2019
Justin Cassin was my final show of MBFWA, and the opening of the show felt like a celebration, as the crowd was extremely enthusiastic and excited. While Bruno Mar’s 24K Magic played, four male dancers began the show with a bang. Their cool dance moves and flips really got the crowd going, and I thought this was a great w…[Read more]
Active Resort 2019 featuring P.E. Nation, B.O.D. by Finch, Koral, and Jasmine Alexa
The Active presentation showcased four activewear designers B.O.D by Finch, Koral, Jasmine Alexa and P.E Nation. Although it was interesting to see different kinds of fashion being presented at MBFWA, with P.E Nation as a clear stand out, altogether this show was…[Read more]
Swim Resort 2019 featuring Fella, Camp Cove Swim, Duskii and Pam Pam
Swimwear is always a little bizarre to be displayed in Australia this time of the year, but with such an fun, colorful and playful array of cozzies displayed, I couldn’t help but yearn for swimming weather to come back our way.
Fella kicked the show off with a simple but…[Read more]
Bianca Spender Resort 2019
Bianca Spender’s Spring/Summer ’19 collection was a celebration of extravagant simplicity. High and V-shaped necklines dominated the collection, with significantly covered bodices balanced with a low-cut back and sexy cut-outs at the waste. Overall, the collection was a simple,evocative display of timeless, yet, mod…[Read more]
Anna Quan Resort 2019
Anna Quan’s Spring/Summer ’19 collection was all about summer basics, with detailed thoughtful tailoring. Classic a-line shirts featured a diagonal side slit, and the classic cotton blouse was anything but, featuring long sleeves, big collars, and even bigger cuffs. The collection stayed true to French style by sticking to…[Read more]
Roopa Resort 2019
Roopa Resort ‘19 was one of the highlights of the shows at MBFWA. Decorated with cascades of bunting red flags hanging from the runway’s vaulting, and a modern musical re-mix of Rhianna’s “Work” with traditional Indian songs, the scene was set for a modern take on classical Indian textiles.
The Resort ’19 collection was focused…[Read more]
We Are Kindred Resort 2019
We are Kindred Resort 2019 reminded me of someone lying by the pool in their holiday home in the south of France. Pastel florals with oversized hats were on show, and many of the prints took inspired from rococo painting that was flirty and playful.
We are Kindred, established in 2013, are australian label created by…[Read more]
St. George NextGen Resort 2019 featuring Alissar.h, Chris Ran Lin, Gina Snodgrass and Of Ro
St. George Next Gen, an Australian initiative founded to discover and support emerging designers, presented 4 innovative collections that took MBFWA 2019 by storm. Opening the show was Alissar H., whose trendy work-wear turned high-street was a unique…[Read more]
Raffles International Showcase Resort 2019 featuring Carley Rose The Label, GTAB, Ingrid Husodo, Valusta, Leah Williams, A.M., Vivian Tung
The Raffles International show included a collection of up-and-coming design students to watch. One highlight from the show included designer I.H’s billow trouser and silk jackets printed in a watercolor, l…[Read more]
FDS: The Innovators Resort 2019 featuring Dana Lock, Gillian Garde, Matrai, ODD, Shroud, White Hart, Zella May and ZRD
One of the highlights of the week, Fashion Design Sydney’s array of the college’s best talents, is not one to be underestimated. With too many up-and-coming designers to mention individually, as a whole, unique elements of sty…[Read more]
Acler Resort 2019
Acler’s latest collection showed that layering can be worn during multiple seasons, even summer. Polka dots were the main motif of the collection, with pussy bow blouses and dresses being spotted in numerous shades of blue, many with polka dot detailing. True to the designer’s iconic style, A-line skirts were a large element in…[Read more]