L’Oreal Paris Fashion Runway 6 presented by Madison brought together some of Australia’s most exciting designers.


Slicked back hair in high ponytails, flawless foundation, berry red lips and smoky orange eye shadow complemented the sophisticated silhouettes.


Alice McCall opened the show with her trademark neutrals, embroidery, cutouts and quirky details. Highlight pieces included a scalloped edged tops and dress with orange and black embroidered top and flowing peplum.



Life With Bird presented a classic, simple collection with striking digital prints, stunning leather accents. Suits were the key feature with minimalistic tailoring and lapel-less jackets. Life With Bird’s timeless collection is perfect for the office and after work drinks.


Bassike’s collection offered clean tailoring in a range of neutrals and blacks. Crisp suiting and delicate tops with zipper detail were paired with leggings and chunky shoes.


Lisa Ho’s collection presented a range of beautifully textured jumpers and jackets. Ho’s trademark suiting did not disappoint, with on trend digital prints and bright jackets and pants in jewel tones likely to be snapped up quickly.



Perth based designers Morrison presented warm, woollen, two toned knits paired with delicate tanks and tops. Highlights were the peter pan and square upright collars. Perfect for trans-seasonal weather, Morrison’s collection is full of perfect basics.


Flannel was true to its name with a range of cozy pieces including oversized shirts, slouchy pants. The statement pieces included a patchwork leather dress, flower print pyjama inspired matching shirt and pants and skirt and warm sweaters.


Kirrily Johnston closed the show with a stunning range of leather and silk pieces. Grecian style draping, statement necklaces and tailored dresses were highlights. The standout pieces were the raspberry hued flowing gown and black coat with leather detailing.

















Images 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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