Get the best of Sydney’s Top Collections at Fashion Week Australia
Australia celebrated its fashion week and it was attended by Sydney’s top fashion designers. Christopher Esber displayed some Sydney’s top collections which were motivated from the seaside customs of the South Pacific.
Christopher noticed that the Australian women have a tendency to walk in a semi-nude state at the beach; it is because the beaches are too hot. Due to the hot climate the Australian women wrap themselves up in a towel, so he collaborateds with a Swiss mill and developed a boucle which resembled like a towel. His clothes were simple and ordinary.
New Zealand’s Kate Sylvester promoted Catherine Martin’s iconic costumes. She opted for the 70’s looks with metallic thrift store prints and Victorian times with pure pleated silk dresses.
Bianca Spender, the daughter of famous Carla Zampatti, presented her beautiful collections, which were her own original designs. She looked to birds and dancers for motivation. Her collections had palette hidden multitude of unexpected details, cleverly shoulder sculpting and favorite body skimming fit.
Ginger and Smart abided to their roots, reflecting the native flora and fauna of Australia. Their collection concentrated on landscapes, minerals, rock formations, tectonic plates and sand dunes. The dresses were attractive and outstanding.
Jayson Brunsdon displayed menswear together with his ravishing women’s collection. The black and red jacquard was smartly cut into slim line blazers for boys and for girls’ beautiful and attractive dresses and frock coats were displayed. For men, good looking shirts and men’s suiting were displayed. Beautiful sequined skirts were very outstanding; they were brilliantly colorful and attractive.
The Fashion Week Australia was a grand success; it was attended by famous and well known designers who presented their most thrilling dresses. It was applauded by all the spectators as the collections were rare and well designed by the famous designers. The rare and exceptional dresses were most marvelous and fabulous.