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Everything you need to know about the fabulous, fashion-filled chaos of MBFWA Day 2!

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Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) is finally gracing our Sydney shores, and we know we’re not the only ones who have been counting down the days and obsessing over the latest looks sashaying down the runways.

If you haven’t had a chance to escape your everyday for the fabulous, fashion-filled chaos that is MBFWA don’t fret, we’ve got you covered! Here’s everything you need to know about MBFWA Day 2.


Shows of the day

Alice McCall, Bianca Spender, Thomas Puttick, Albus Lumen, Justin Cassin, Double Rainbouu, Steven Khalil, Zhivago and Sass & Bide.

Highlights

 

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Opening the day was Alice McCall, and what a way to launch! Ultra-feminine aesthetics were the key feature on the floral runway. Think sheer, floaty ruffles and pops of fur ranging from soft golds to pastel pinks, blues and blacks.

 

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Trends spotted

Textures were the key aesthetics from Day 2. Across the runways we saw fur, sheer on sheer, sequins and stripes.

Heartwarming moment

 

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Sass & Bide returned to the MBFWA schedule after a 14-year hiatus. With dramatic tassle-skirted gowns, sequins and metallic- they sure created a show stopping affair.

Fave beauty look

 

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Sparkle overtook the Zhivago runway, with glitter lips and subtle smokey eyes making an impact.

Ultimate street style moment

 

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Star emblazoned leather jacket, edgy denim and metallic pink boots- @ _yanyanchan slayed the street style scene!

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