Courtesy: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia
The Not-So Tuesday Crawl
In the second day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Australia on Tuesday, the heat got intense with this day’s designers strutting it on the runway, getting down to the nitty-gritty and and the downright sexy that Resort 2020 in Australia has to offer.
Rip off the clothes and break out the swimwear as Bondi Born goes all out in sculptural silhouettes, summer cuts, and sustainable fabrics, Alice McCall reveals Cosmia which is ultra-femme collection beaming with a mix of bold and sensual details in high hems, kitsch-made-cool brocade patterns with pops of lime green on pumps, and classic evening dresses in bold metallics as models strutted with oversized flowers and twirling lights.
Hansen & Gretel debuted menswear for their collection this season along with signature fusion of laidback wearables and sophisticated separates, Anna Quan featured elongated cuffs with refined tailoring and oversized flourishes on functional yet desirable pieces on fine fabric, and We Are Kindred stays true to its feminine roots with Boheme Heart that flow with maxis teamed with suede boots, gingham neckties, and fringed belts.
Next up are Michael Lo Sordo who’s razor sharp minimalism and tactile embellishments were featured with elegance and attitude, Mariam Seddi Q’s “Lady Loves To March” were all about fierce females in metallics, leathers, razor sharp tailoring, and rule-breaking shapes, and Christopher Esber stays fluid with silhouettes in technical fabrics with gentle pops of color, blurring the lines between feminine and masculine.