The best part about living down under is the fact that Fashion spring arrives a season late. We the privileged get to observe the trends that the design houses predicted and how it actually translated into everyday life. We get to learn from their mistakes, all the chic without any of the faux pas! It doesn’t get any better, fashionably speaking.
Rag & Bones’s neon green created a splash when it hit the runway but did it thrive? The best part about metallic, citron pop, cobalt blue and shocking pink overalls is that they make a bold statement, no need for any extras.
Oversized coats, tux inspired suits in black to create the sophisticated and tough but sexy looks. Giorgio Armani offered his version that was shorter and more layered.
Isabel Marant’s Polynesian inspired line is definitely a winner.
There was a demure tone with Tomas Maier’s forties inspired floral cotton dresses.
Alberta Ferretti’s line-up of lace, fringe and frills was a big hit with the romantic hearted.
Victoria Beckham failed to disappoint with her classy ensembles.