The Brisbane Arcade Group Show once again celebrated why The Brisbane Arcade is an iconic fashion destination.
The second night of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival left the audience ready to take on spring with colour, texture and prints.
Pia Du Pradal opened the show with a feminine collection of ladylike silhouettes, pink colour blocking and a floral prints. The fabulous hats were by The Hat Box and the jewellery featured were by the Girls Love Pearls.
Maiocchi, best known for an eclectic mix of mediums, handmade details, quirky touches and delightful textures and trims gave a nod to the 1950's. Scarves and gloves added an element of surprise alongside the bold prints and unexpected details.
Irma J Smith sent a variety of options down the runway. From an effortless white pants and low-cut top suit to a full length polka dot skirt and oversized taffeta bow, you'll be sure to find the perfect outfit for any occasion.
Tengdahl reigns in wowing the crowd with unusual mixes of earthy colours, layering and fabrics. This season's collection hints 1970's boho chic with a cool-girl vibe.
Bora sent her signature daring-edge down the runway. The colour black was prominent along with red lace.
Of course, Darb Couture left everyone dreaming and wishing their wedding day was around the corner. Tulle, intricate beading, delecate fabrics and corseted bodices with bow details tied the collection together.
The Brisbane Arcade group show was quite impressive. It's clear that colour, bold prints and ladylike shapes with a hint of a 1970's wild child are trending this season.