FAVE MOMENTS MBFWA.

 

*In no particular order.

 Nadia Fairfax on day one wearing Stella McCartney and Azzedine dress. I love how a petite Nadia is not afraid to play with proportions or colour, the combination of a bold print and polka dots initially grabbed my attention. All in all this look feels playful. 

 
 

 Talisa Sutton on day three wearing Joseph Shirt and Dress Up Denim. I love the elastic waist detail and toggle on this shirt, paired back with simple clean cut wide leg denim this look embodied all things effortless. 

 
 

Carmen Hamilton on day three wearing KitX. A classic all black ensemble, the texture and sheer quality of the fabric makes a feminine statement.

 

Montarna McDonald on day one wearing David Jones and Loewe. I find Montarna's style elevated and eclectic, she often seems to opt for unique individual pieces that stand out, but when worn still create a harmony of style. In this look I particularly liked the floral boots and statement earrings balanced with neutral clothing and bag, I also like that she chose warm caramel and tan tones rather than more black or white.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Lisa Aiken on day two. Lisa in this dress is just stunning, an exaggerated sleeve and corset detail making for a very feminine shape. I also loved the shape of the bag and black stitch/edging details. 

 
 

Ilkin Kurt on day one wearing Creatures of the Wind coat. Shot outside the Albus Lyman show, I really loved this look for the combination of layers and the top stitch detail in the coat. 

 
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Annabella Barber on day four wearing Surrounded by Ghosts. I liked the minimal effortless approach to this look and the detailed stitching in the zip up white playsuit.

 
 

Marina Didovich on the opening night.. A colour statement rivalled by no other during fashion week, this look was captivating for it's length and movement as much as it's bold hue. 

 
 

Sara Donaldson on day two wearing Michael Lo Sordo. In this look I think the shape of the sleeves and the length of the coat were particularly successful, I also loved the top stitch detail which accentuated the lines of the coat. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model on day two wearing Peter Alexander pyjamas. Models often have a very unique sense of style and this is a great example. In this look I loved the loud print balanced by her white blonde hair, white [post show] lashes and white turtle neck. I didn't realise these were pyjama's until I posted it to Instagram and had Peter Alexander tag themselves.

 

photography + words: liz sunshine