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TOP 5 Looks of Australian Fashion Week

Sydney was all about fashion this week as the city hosted the Resort 19 edition of Australian Fashion Week. We are always excited to see fashion designers from outside Paris, Milan, London and NY circles, so we definitely have our eyes on it. Here at SCOUT we selected our 5 favourites from the shows:

Acler presented a fusion between deconstructed tailoring and soft shapes in an interesting silhouette. The final outcome was quite a feminine and delicate collection.

Ten Pieces has also worked with a tailoring re-boot but focusing on the street wear public. Layering for both women and menswear was key on this youthful and cool show, with beautiful Bondi Beach as a background.

The collection that came from the partnership of Emilia Wickstead x Matchesfashion.com also took place in one of the most wonderful beaches of Sydney. The Coogee natural pools served as the setting for fresh, feminine and sunny pieces, in a range from casual to swimwear.

On Thurley’s pieces, very sophisticated textures set the tone on a strong and feminine collection. Lots of frills created beautiful volumes on perforated and rigid surfaces.

Christopher Esber went for the effortless and easy style, managing to work this both on soft tailoring and knitwear. The beautiful pastel colour palette added delicacy into a very urban collection.

 For more information, please click on mbfashionweek.com/australia.

All images Courtesy of Getty Images - Photographers: Cameron Spencer, Lisa Maree Williams and Zac Kasmarec.

Acler by Cameron Spencer

Acler by Cameron Spencer

Acler by Cameron Spencer

Acler by Cameron Spencer

Ten Pieces by Lisa Maree Williams

Ten Pieces by Lisa Maree Williams

Photo by Lisa Maree Williams

Photo by Lisa Maree Williams

Emilia Wickstead x Matchesfashion.com

Emilia Wickstead x Matchesfashion.com

Photo by Zac Kaksmarec

Photo by Zac Kaksmarec

Thurley by Zac Kaczmarac

Thurley by Zac Kaczmarac

Christopher Esber by Lisa Maree Williams

Christopher Esber by Lisa Maree Williams

18 May 2018