Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia Day 3 Recap

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The Best Hump Day Ever

Halfway through Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Australia, and the runway is still a hot place to be, with its catwalks of original and unique designs that’ll set the tone of the Resort 2020 season next year in Australia, today’s lineup of collections prove nothing less.

We start with Lee Mathews, who brings their beautiful collection of signature prints, bold color combinations and livable shapes in a presentation that was quintessentially Australian, there’s Karla Spetic with its dynamic collection featuring face-shaped lapels, pearl garters and printed harps, in muted yet impactful color palette of blacks, whites, greys, and soft pink.

Next, there’s Leo & Lin, drawing influence from folklore mythology, capturing their signature pieces in a layering of custom prints, intricate lacework and embellishments, Double Rainbouu with tranquil grounds of the Chinese Gardens of Friendship in Sydney with wild prints and bright colors.

Now, we go onto Thurley with its wild and whimsical collection of striking pieces drenched in personality that’s handcrafted from the finest materials sourced from around the globe, a collection inspired by travel and culture, and let’s not leave out Azzo Swim, who’s Ragazzi in Paradiso (Boys In Paradise) are boys in shorts enjoying the spoils of summer in custom prints.

Daniel Quintanilla

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