It’s an exciting day for those who love the beautifully dark side of fashion. Highly successful Australian fashion label, Zambesi announced today they will show their Spring Summer 13/14 collection at April’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia. And in addition to this the label has also just released its new AW13 season campaign.

The instinctively playful and inventive label will be the closing designer show on Friday 12th April at 2pm at ‘The Theatre’, Carriageworks, presenting both their women’s and menswear collections.

The new Zambesi AW collection is certainly one your wardrobe will need and desire. Dark, romantic, broody and moody, the collection is one of total sophistication for both boys and girls. It reflects the label’s core of being influential yet elusive with it’s unique, vintage and eclectic aesthetics and sensibilities.

For both the men and women, the new season shows beautiful draping, cuts and attention to detail with black the central tone of all the pieces.

For girls, Zambesi does leather, lingerie style lace, digital prints, fringing and gorgeously dramatic full skirts perfectly. With splashes of a punk style black and yellow check print, girls won’t know what to pick. Buy the whole new range and you’ll instantly have a wardrobe full of wearable yet ingenious pieces.

For boys, AW13 offers fine sweaters, classic black pants, loosely fitted printed pants, dapper ties, luxe evening jackets and swoon worthy crisp shirts. The result? A refined masculine style that reflects the days of traditionally strong and confident menswear. A time when it was a man’s duty to dress up.

Not sure about you, but we for one know what our next paychecks will be going towards! Make sure to see Zambesi at Mercedes Benz Australian Fashion Week next month and to buy yourself a lustful Zambesi fashion treat.















About The Author

Although sounding cliché, fashion is Jayme’s passion. It is her means of expression and wonderment and is often swept up in thinking she is Carrie Bradshaw writing on her style musings and ideas. Jayme’s dream is to write for the fashion bible, Vogue and she is currently an Editorial Intern at Melbourne’s premier free magazine, Fashion Journal. She has interned at fashion and lifestylePR company, Spice and Soul, volunteered at Melbourne’s fashion weeks and done work experience at Cleo, Shop Til’ You Drop and Dolly.

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