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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia kicked off on Sunday afternoon with Dion Lee opening the show at the Opera House. This year’s Australian Fashion Week is showcasing the works of over 50 designers across five days and will see the return of designer Kym Ellery, who will celebrate her tenth anniversary with the event's airline partner Etihad Airways. As expected, the stylish attendees brought their sartorial A-game, with street photographers on the ground documenting the whole thing. We've wrapped up the top bridal-inspired outfits this week so far, which can be pulled off for engagement parties, bridal showers or as reception dresses. [caption id="attachment_1619" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Elyse Taylor...

Steven Khalil presented what can only be described as a truly spectacular Resort 2018 collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia. Never one to shy away from bold colours, adventurous shapes and show-stopping amounts of glam, Steven Khalil delivered once again this year, all set underneath a magnificent set of chandeliers in the Elston Room at Carriageworks. Among the designs showcased were sophisticated 50s inspired designs, extravagant bows, plunging necklines, thigh-high splits and bejewelled bodices. His 25-piece collection included a diverse array of styles and colour palettes, ranging from deep purple to metallic gold and silver. Standout features included intriguing shoulder detailing and daring colour combinations. The...

To say we are excited to see Eternal Bridal welcome American label Badgley Mischka Bride, would be an understatement. The collection is filled with stunning silhouettes, jewel-encrusted bodices, and flowing trains — perfect for the modern bride who wants to feel that extra bit glam on the big day. Badgley Mishka is an American design duo that specialises in creating sophisticated and wearable gowns, inspired by the beauty and style of 40s Hollywood. To welcome Badgley Mischka to its family, Eternal Bridal held a stunning runway show at The Tea Room, QVB showcasing all pieces in their full glory. Among the collection, brides will find...

Set in the moody and dramatic Sydney Theatre Company, Australian designer Carla Zampatti showcases her new SS17 range, which slots effortlessly into the dramatic setting of the mysterious theatre backdrop. Among the pieces were an intriguing array of styles; playing with diagonal lines, off-the-shoulder forms, interesting necklines and a beautiful selection of bold colours. We loved the contemporary nature of the items, and can see many designs working flawlessly for a contemporary bride.  ...