Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Sydney Style (April 22nd 2014)

Emerging talent was at the forefront at Sydney Fashion Week, with young designers taking center state and showcasing a distinctively Aussie take on style. Take a look at some of the week's most compelling shows-and be sure to check out our backstage diary for a glimpse behind the scenes.


Fashion's golden boy kept it cool with his secondary collection, focusing on streetwise denim wares and a selection of essential looks delivered in bold colors and accented with precision details - who else could make a jean jacket around the waist seem like a new idea.


Part fashion label, part haute art experiment Nadia Napreychikov and Cami James's label, Romance Was Born showcased irreverent one of a kind pieces in a gallery setting.


Bloggers turned designers, Nadia Napreychikov and Cami James put forth a fearless mix of attention grabbing, embellished to the limit separates that aren't for the faint of heart.


Minimal yet powerful, Christopher Esber's wares eschew trend dressing in favor of a look that feels contemporary yet timeless. The subtle, mostly neutral collection managed to ad a little sex appeal via those precision cuts.


McCall's ultra-feminine designs manage to be sweet without becoming cloying. Spring saw the designer looking towards transparency, girly prints and an array of sixties style silhouettes.

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