What we love about seeing these L’Oreal Paris Runways is that every magazine has a chance to present a nutshell guide to their style and the Frankie runway was no exception – the was very Frankie Magazine! The only runway to feature props, the models guided their beautifully decorated selves through a playground of teepees, birds nests and twigs. A hipsters paradise!
For women, gone are the days of layer upon layer for winter. If you can’t see your sleeves or at least see a silhouette, it’s definately not in. There is a huge return to the two piece suit and dont be afraid to step away from the greys and blacks and try them with different prints. Light fabrics that move are very popular as well as some cute softer colours. Pastel colours of course dominated the runway last night.
Highlights included Limedrop with their range promoting a girl who just doesn’t care. She is soft, cool, calm and collected however very confident in her position. Think Freja Beha. Obsessed with this range. Also a highlight include Nevenka with their star and bird print blouse and two piece. Not one to blend into the background the pom-pom onsesie from Gorman is another standout item.
Photos below.
Photos by Sabine Legrand for Couturing




About The Author

Thom Whilton

Thom Whilton is co-Founder and current Creative Director of Couturing.com. He has been published in a variety of publications for his written and styling work. Thom has been featured in Vogue.com.au, Weekend Weekly, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, M Magazine, The Vine and Everguide to name just a few. Thom was also Ambassador for the City of Melbourne (2012) has styled for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week (2012) and his work has featured in Couturing and MX Magazine. He has also styled celebrities such as Delilah (Warner Music, supported Prince in tour), Nadia Coppolino and Silvana Lovin-Philoppousis.

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