Australian Fashion Week Wrap Up: Day 5

17th May, 2019

What I wore: Hansen and Gretel and Camilla and Marc during the day and Dion Lee and Christopher Esber at night.

What inspired my look today: For the last day of Fashion Week I wanted a more relaxed look so I opted for a denim look with Camilla and Marc jeans and a Hansen and Gretel blazer. Then for the last show and closing night party, I wanted to up the glamour so opted for a sheer Dion Lee top and a Christopher Esber skirt.

Where I went: Bondi Icebergs for 10 Pieces. Lunch at Frenchies in Mosman. Then the Carla Zampatti closing show at Carriageworks and back to Icebergs for the closing party.

Favourite show: Carla Zampatti – a very theatrical runway featuring a live orchestra. A great atmosphere and a beautiful way to end the week.

Favourite trend: Sequinned mini dresses and beautiful gowns. It’s so nice to see evening dresses on the runway with midnight navy and exaggerated bows a starring feature. On the other end of the spectrum I loved the minimalist vibes at 10 Pieces with a monochrome colour palette.

Pretty as a picture: The beautiful lace on the Esber skirt. Captured so well by my Huawei P30 which has the most insane zoom function. See below for proof!

Zooming in on the details with my Huawei P30
The Ten Pieces Show in the Iconic Bondi Icebergs

Everyone was wearing: Tailored pants and cropped tops plus oversized blazers. I also saw a lot of thin strapped heels and cropped turtle necks. At the Carla show it was all about sequins, statement earrings and high necklines.

The Ten Pieces Show in the Iconic Bondi Icebergs

What I ate: To keep my energy up I had salad, baguettes and quiche.

The Ten Pieces Show in the Iconic Bondi Icebergs
Lunch in between shows

Highlight of the day: The Fashion Week closing party presented by Huawei. What better way to finish the week than with an amazing party.

Makeup station with Michael Brown
At the Huawei Fashion Week Closing Party back at Bondi Icebergs.

This post was produced in collaboration with Huawei

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