Category Archives: Spring/Summer 2014/15 Australia

April 11

Australian Fashion Week – My favourite picks

Fashion week in Sydney has come to an end way too soon 😦 Here are my favourite from the 3 days. Alex Perry Alice McCall Bec & Bridge By Johnny Carla Zampatti Ellery Emma Mullholland Ginger and Smart Hayono Setiadi Kahlo Michael Le Sordo Romance was Born Strateas Carlucci Maticevski We Are Handsome Photo’s via […]

April 10

Australian Fashion Week – Alice McCall

Alice McCall’s collection has a little bit in it for every woman. Classic yet fashion forward, I love it!! Photo’s via Vogue.com.au

April 10

Australian Fashion Week – Emma Mullholland

Once again Emma Mullholland has produced an amazing collection for Spring / Summer 2014. Pastel toned prints, tiny stripes, boisterous slogan tees, sequined embellished fabrics, this collection has it all and in true Emma Mullholland style it clicks together perfectly. Photo’s via Elle.com.au

April 10

Australian Fashion Week – Haryono Setiadi

Spring and summer burst from the seams in Haryono Setiadi’s latest collection shown at Fashion Week. It’s sun kissed goodness! Photo’s via Elle.com.au  

April 09

Australian Fashion Week – Romance was Born

 Reflected Glory Inspired by the fractured memories after a big night out, like looking through a kaleidescope. If you’re in Sydney you can go and view these up front and personal at Carriage Works from 9th April – 11th May. Photo’s via Elle.com.au

April 09

Australian Fashion Week – Michael Le Sordo

Michael’s collection is breathtaking! Fine stripes, pastels and soft tailoring with a hint of black and metallics, done to perfection in my eyes. The fine stripe shirt dress is crisp and effortless and would have to be one of my favourite pieces in this collection. The whole collection is done with such whimsical abandon that […]

April 09

Australian Fashion Week – Trends #SheerDelight

Day 2 of Fashion Week saw a lot of sheer fabrics gracing the catwalks in georgettes, self patterns, organza’s, tulle’s and more. Either soft and flowing or used in feature panels on tailored garments, it works in all aspects. I can see myself investing in a soft sheer shirt in the near future. Here are […]