The LMFF designer runway presented by InStyle showcased some of Australia’s most exciting designers.


First up Bianca Spender took the runway. Her chic, tailored pieces featured a lot of bright colours, the highlight pieces being the opening blue and bright yellow opening top and pants combo and the unique paint splatter print.



Yeojin Bae was up next with her signature lady-like glam pieces not disappointing. Many of the pieces featured on-trend peplums. Stand out pieces include a black skinny legged suit and a bright red dress which would flatter any woman’s curves.

Megan Park’s collection was filled with vibrant digital prints and lots of embellishments. Key pieces included a black sequin jacket and embellished necklaces.

Jayson Brunsdon’s collection highlighted the designer’s flair for delicate tailoring. Like other designers, Jayson embraced the sequins trend, incorporating them into some of his beautiful gowns.



Thurley stayed true to it’s design aesthetic with lots of embellishments. There were also a lot of sheer pieces and cutout details. The stand out piece was a gold/brown sequin gown with a deep V-back.


Gwendolynne brought the glamour with her art deco inspired gowns. Intricate embellishments shimmered on the runway, with the following gowns bringing a sense of drama to the night. One of the key pieces was a stunning palliette sequin collar.



Fittingly, Carla Zampatti (mother of designer Bianca Spender who opened the show) closed the show with her David Jones inspired black and white print and lady like pieces. Like Yeojin Bae, Carla featured peplum to add a ladylike element to her collection.

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Lisa Teh

Lisa Teh is the Editor-in-chief of, one of Australia's top fashion, beauty and lifestyle resources. She has worked on campaigns with brands including David Jones, Myer, Mecca Cosmetica, Simone Perele, Lenovo and L'Oreal. She recently appeared in Couturing's exclusive Australian Fashion Week reality web series, The Frow, alongside top industry names including Toni Maticevski and Maybelline Creative Director Nigel Stanislaus.

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