Runway to Wardrobe | The Spring Melbourne Fashion week

Trends Spotted at the Melbourne Fashion Week

Key Trends straight from the Runway at the MFW

So, the extended winter is keeping the colourful spring away from us, but that doesn’t deter our intention to try the Runway trends from the Melbourne Fashion week.

So, what you should be adding to your spring 2017 Wardrobe?

With the Racing Season ushering too, there are few key ideas that can be stolen straight from the Runway.

Runway 1: Paint the Town Red

Cold shoulders, Frills, Laces and bohemian head gears are my favourite picks from the David Jones Runway.

Runway 2 & 3: Are you Race ready?

Prints, Floral, Bold colours and sparkling embellishments to feathered fabrics are my favourite pick from Runway 2 & 3

Runway 4 by Rachel Gilbert & Meghan Park: Blossoms on its way

Key Trends that emerged at the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week

Spring trends in with Stripes, Solid colours and Floral, were my key favourites from the ramp.

Runway 5: a new wave of sheer dresses

Prints, Pajama style pants, embroidered floral skirts, are my favourite picks from the Runway.

Key Trends that emerged at the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Key Trends that emerged at the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week
So, which is your pick from the Spring Fashion week?

Key Trends that emerged at the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week

I taking some outfit Inspiration by choosing red with a bohemian head gear for the upcoming Racing Season.

I wore this Floral Cold Shoulder Dress at the Collective Runway at MFW, from Dotti, paired it with nude heels to finish the look.

Key Trends that emerged at the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week

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If you have missed the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, catch it here!

This blog is brought to you in collaboration with the Sydney based ace photographer from Bijen’s Photography.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Street Style at the Mercedes Benz Fashion week, Sydney!

Street style at MBFWA, wearing a Valleygirl dress

Street style at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion week:
Street Style is all about flaunting the best of yourself without saying anything and being an Instagram flogger, there couldn’t be a better occasion for me than a Fashion week. So I decided to assemble the best outfits from my wardrobe that resonated well with my style statement.

This blog is brought to you in collaboration with Couture Lense by Gargi Mazumdar, a Singapore-based

Off Runway Trends at MBFWA
Street style at MBFWA

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So before I head to who wore what? Here’s a series of Gallery (Street styles in Australia) of what I wore.

street style at MBFWA
Street style at MBFWA

I like to keep it simple, straight and yet trendy. This simple white floral body-hugging dress from the Valley Girl Australia was the perfect one to flaunt my toned self. I accessorized it with Lovisa, needless to say, there can’t be any better way to accessories, if you happen to be a Lovisa lover, you know what I am talking already. Coming from Melbourne, I was greeted by warmer temperatures hence this outfit went on to raise some eyebrows here and there.

Street style at MBFWA, wearing a Valleygirl dress

 

Playsuits were high in style last season at the Aussie land and if you happen to miss the gorgeous Playsuits I had flaunted last summer catch it right here. 
This Bobby printed black and white MRP tube Playsuit was simple and I teamed it up with a blazer from the work wardrobe. Went pretty well while I hassled around the shows with my camera.


A big fan of dresses, and if you give a color from my favorite palate I can’t say no. This peach colour uneven hemline dress, designed by Evanna House from Singapore was an asymmetrical easy going dress.
“Evanna Fashion House” is a company that specially caters to the women’s and men’s of today. The company has 2 designer brands “Agragrami” and “Mikhadi”, and their respective fashion designers are Vandana and Sachin.It defines class, exclusivity and quality. It isn’t a fast fashion brand, we do not mass produce but instead we look into every element of the customer needs and wants.

A line dress designed by Evanna Fashion house, Singapore
Wearing an A line Peach color outfit by Evanna Fashion House, Singapore

The weekend demanded some drama extra flamboyance so the 3 back to back outfits that I wore at the Weekend Edition of Mercedes Benz Fashion week, Resort 2018 Collection in Sydney were Indo-ethnic and simple denim over denim (a trend that never goes away).

This ethnic top I teamed up with my favorite denim jeans and a denim jacket, the embroidered cropped top from Melbourne Fashionhubforall, does go pretty well if you team up with a well-fitted jean.
Street styles spotted: Here are few street styles that caught my attention

Off runway styles are all about expressing yourself through what you’re wearing, so incline in showcasing your best self without compromising on your own fashion statement.
Indulge and experiment to bring the best of yourself, like I always say keep it simple yet trendy!
Did you read the coverage on Mercedes Benz Fashion week? If not head straight to catch the top trends that dominated the runway.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Resort 18 (Highlight)

Bringing to you Mercedes-Benz Fashion week Resort 2018, highlights fresh from the Runway.

This Fashion Week  is brought you in collaboration with the Singapore based Fashion Designer & Photographer Couture Lense

What Cmeo Collection brought on the Runways?

An interesting mix of detailing like Ruffles, Off shoulders, rushes , pleats ,Fringes complementing with details such as  buttons , hand embroidery, sequins to add to the spark of this season’s collection.

 


The 2nd highlight of today’s Runway was The Innovators (The Fashion Studio), this fresh upcoming designers like Handsy Swimwear, Eyol, Akle and Casea caught the attention.

Colourful, Bohemian with various detailing of fur, tassels and frills. The Fashion Studio Designers left the audience crave for more, contributing to the Resort look.

 

We can’t spend our day without slipping into our denims can we?

Vale Denim, brings to us various exciting variants of Fashionable Denims.

The fashion hub of Australia scintillates with VAMFF!

The fashion capital of Australia scintillates at the 19 day long Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival in March’17.

Here, I bring to you some exclusive preview in collaboration with the Sydney based ace photographer Bijen’s Photography entailing various events that cruised on the Runway.

The premium runways were the highlights of the Fashion festival; there were back to back 7 Runways throughout the festival days. Australian Designers, who showcased their collection in the world class fashion event.

The Premium Runway hosted the designer Runways were; Dion Lee, Macgraw, Carla Zampatti, Romance Was Born, Ginger & Smart, Yeojin Bae, Manning Cartell

The show gave its viewers an experience of falling in love;” Romance was Born “curated the snowing runway and its fabulous collection was the highlight of the runway 3.

In short, Runway 3 encapsulated the essence to kick start a stylish autumn with its fur jackets,tops, skirts, silted skirts and the off shoulders to go along. Crisp cream, beige, red and orange dominated the Runway and not to forget the flared dresses and skirts.

What stole the show was the Fur Off shoulder top, which made every fashionista crave to have one in their wardrobe as well.

The Premium Runway showcased the emerging Australian Designers like Finders, Isabelle Quinn, Keepsake and Taluah to name a few.

My favourite pick from the Runway was that of Taluah, it had all it cloudy say flairs, off shoulders, with subtle blend of orange, red and beige dominated the runway.

Brands like Wild horses and S. Wallis captured furs, frills and off the shoulders trends that we can inherit off the runway too. The 4th Premium Runway was presented by Shop till you drop magazine, wherein one could shop immediately while being seated and watching the show. It was first of its kind experience that was available to the viewers, being the first to own it straight from the runway.

The GQ Mens Fashion-wear, Australia’s largest designer line up for menswear didn’t fail to impress us with its variety line like Aquila shoes, Jack London, Calibre and Dom Bagnato to name a few.

This Runway went high for viewers specially with Asahi Beer being served on arrival.

The GQ Mens Fashion-wear, the Australia’s largest designer line up for menswear didn’t fail to impress us with its variety line including Aquila shoes, Jack London, Calibre and Dom Bagnato to name a few.

This Runway went high for viewers specially with Asahi Beer being served on arrival.

The penultimate day was for Runway 5, featuring designers like Misha Collection, Camilla, Thurley, Zhivago and Rachel Gilbert to name a few.

Lacies, drapes, wrap around dresses, off the shoulder sequined dresses were the highlight of the Runway. My favorite pick was from the brand Camilla, aesthetically appealing design, color and patterns; they had everything to make it straight from Runway to off runway fashion statement.

Runway 6, was chic, trendy, sporty and fresh, the theme revolving its centerfold that focuses on feminism. The Runway line up included Brands like Anna Quan, Bul, Viktoria & Woods and Ryder to name a few.

The finale Premium Runway 7 presented by Oyster, was a short and sweet line up of designers like Pageant, Garbage TV, Eugenie and Kloke to name a few.

Casual and funky this runway ended with a showstopper collection by Garbage tv, the freezing moment was where the models ended up taking a “Selfie” on the stage.

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Garbage TV

Apart from the Runways, there were Priceline hair and makeover booths that made sure, you are runway ready, while you watch them. They took care of the trends and look of the season.They had media walls for everyone to pose and photographers who asked you to pose.

The other popup booths were that of cosmopolitan magazine, 6 by 6 ft Magazine and not to forget that of Virgin Australia.

With such an amazing wrap to a 19 day long fashion affair makes us impatient that 2018 VAMFF arrives soon and with even more trendsetting styles.