Frankie Magazine love nothing if not a little bit of creativity in their fashion, and from the glittery backdrop to the colour and prints walking, it was clear we were in for some fun.
Kuwaii opened the show with luxe, oversized knits in a sea of navy, cobalt, and cerulean with pops of unexpected orange. Perfect for the unpredictable weather, everything was immediately layer-able (and #insta ready).
Alpha60 spoke to the Melbourne’s fashionista’s aversion to colour, showing oversized black dresses, luxe grey outerwear and all around neutral, voluminous pieces that translate from the runway to Swanston Street.
Kloke led with an unexpected base colour for their collection, with mustard-brown as the hero of their collection. Three-quarter skirts, knits, skirting and sharp tailoring made the colour the must have for the discerning girls wardrobe.
Búl is for the girl that needs a minimalist statement piece, and when presenting a piece like their crimson wool cape, a wish list of a thousand fashionistas got a little longer. The collection was full of need-it-now statement pieces, and need-it-always basics.
Limedrop is not a label that adheres to conventions, so when they presented florals for AW15, it was no surprise (and no disappointment!) We love the playful proportions and innovative prints.
Gorman and their hook up with Miranda Skoczek, with the artist collaborating with the brand created an artistic meeting of the minds, with the already-print loving label moving into a grown up, arty, fund and bold collection. Light pink knits printed culottes, candy coated leather and separates were heroes of the collection, and are definitely on the wish list of many fashion lovers in the crowd.
See all the looks from the runway below!
Images courtesy of Jacob Medina