|Alistair Trung Metallic Tunic|
Yves Saint Lauren Boots
Sass and Bide jeans
Saxony Leather Jacket
Givenchy Rottweiler Top
My outfit originally did not include the rottweiler tee or jacket but instead had a floorlength cape/vest/thing. I swapped it around last minute though because it was so cold. And this way I could be all fashiony and make many of the jackets features redundant by having it over my shoulders. This is probably the most inconvenient trend though, because many times when I was walking all importantly or being sly and sneakily photographing people my jacket would embarrassingly slide off. It's probably due to my girl shoulders. Goddamnit, genes.
The only noticeable trend I observed on day three was the amount of Alexander Wang everyone was sporting. Alexander Wang bags, tees, pants and shoes! I even saw two people wearing the same new season Alexander Wang floral top I posted about! Imagine if I was related to Alexander Wang or Vera Wang. Then this blog would be named Colour Me Wang. Teeheehee.
|Only at fashion week can the combination of green and red not look Christmas-y and look chic|
|Amazing Alexander Wang pants. At first I thought the photo was blurry but nope, that's the awesome effect the prints of the pants produce. Awesome.|
|Kaila Hart, who is so amazingly tall and is doing so well this season! So proud of her!|
|This should just be renamed models off duty instead of street style|
|The amazing Amanda Ware who is one of the nicest, down to earth girls I have ever, ever met|
|This is Anna Crysell. I dressed her last year for her runway debut at Myer S/S11. It was her first runway and it was my first time dressing. And now she is in fashion week. You go girl|
|Ollie had a stack of sticky labels and she lovingly put one on me.|
Oroton officially launched its first women's apparel line which was styled alongside some of their key statement accessories this season. Most of the collection reflected Oroton's view of wearable fashion, with their collection consisting of many tailored basics in blues, oranges and mixed neutrals. As well as many wearable prints, knits and over-sized jackets, it had a very high-end luxe feel about it.
|Backstage at Oroton|
WATSON X WATSON
Watson x Watson is such a young brand, with the label being launched only last year. Their collection had everything in it, from luxe sportswear to dresses to prints to basics! Everything for every kind of gal. Or guy.
|Backstage at Watson X Watson|
HARDWICK BY MARIANA HARDWICK
Mariana mainly deals with bridal couture dresses. So it is no doubt her ready-to-wear line reflected those elements and aesthetics, with many or most of the dresses being adorned with beautiful lace.
AN ODE TO NO ONE
I had big, big, big expectations for this show and it
delivered exceeded them. When I first sat down I was greeted with a flower which foreshadowed the key colour of the collection, blue. The collection was full of symmetrical digital prints as well as more commercial, versatile basics that balanced the whole collection.
|I want this shirt so badly. Someone buy me this shirt. Ughhhh|
I'll publish a more in-depth post about the men's show but until then enjoy more abs, arms and 'V' things courtesy of Nathan Paul Swimwear.