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Melbourne Spring Fashion Wk

MSFW Designer Series- Part2

Photos from fashionising.com

This is Part 2 of my look at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week… 

In Australia, Spring was undeniably in the air! Designers embraced colour, pattern and light fabrics, to create beautiful, fresh looks for Spring Summer…

Akira
Bold far eastern prints with beautiful embellished sequined flowers took centre stage at Akira. Soft luxurious fabrics were worn with oversized bright cardigans and grey trench coats. Striking red was balanced throughout the collection with soft pastels, whites and greys. T-shirt and tunic dresses created the perfect minimal silhouette for the strong detailing.

Photos from fashionising.com

Gorman
Pastel polka dots, jolts of red and socks under heels at Gorman, created an effortless 70’s style. Pieces in soft fabrics adorned with ruffles or cute material flowers with button centres, made a celebration of sweet wearable pieces for Spring.

Photos from fashionising.com

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Fashion

Melbourne Spring Fashion Wk

MSFW Designer Series- Part1

Photos1&2 from fashionising.com & Photo3 from peteralexander.com

Melbourne Spring Fashion Week is described as ‘discovery, exploration and immersing yourself in Melbourne’s unique fashion culture, retail precincts and design havens’ – msfw.com.au. 

Divided into 4 designer shows; MSFW Designer Series is a coming together of the best new talent and the established fashion elite. Show One in the Designer Series explored contemporary structure, Show Two focused on elegance, Show Three delivered modern electric pieces while Show Four was an exploration of urban Melbourne living. 

MSFW showcases Australia’s leading design talent and their fresh, striking looks for Spring / Summer… 

Lisa Ho
At Lisa Ho lady-like elegance meet modern grecian draping. Flowing luxurious silks with soft tailoring and crisp cotton, created beautiful movement and effortless elegance. Moving through the colour palettes of nude and neutrals flowing onto soft purples, blue, green and greys – the collection was chic, feminine and flattering. 

Photos from Vogue.com.au

Gary Bigeni
Creating beautiful soft tailoring and draping like no one else, Gary Bigeni’s collection was focused on the construction and cut of the garments. In white, cream and muted light shades, different fabrics were combined for a play on luxe, subtle textures. Minimal, soft and delicate, the collection stood out for its refined simplicity. 

Photos from Vogue.com.au


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