Fronts are overrated, we all know I have a weakness for open back shirt detailing... Dion Lee's [II] collection was one of the most anticipated shows at Mercedes-Benz fashion week, and boy.. did he deliver.

Dion's collection took effortless chic to a whole new level with the loose tailoring and ventilated open backs

Subtle details put a twist on Dion Lee's usual modern simplicity

Working college chic at Dion Lee

Dion keeping details to a minimal - clean cuts and structured textures as a modern take on 90's inspired minimalist dressing 

Sailor blues, light blues and white hues

Another of the most anticipated runway shows at MBFWA was no disappointment.. none other than ELLERY by the magnificent Kym Ellery

Layers upon layers of nude and blush silks, pleated and draped to perfection

Celebrating 49 years in what she does best, Carla Zampatti is the one to beat when it comes to gowns

Blue hues and lace drapes at Carla Zampatti

 Carla's gowns are fit it for a real-life goddess ..

 The runway event showed off a strong black and white collection with the designer's usual flare for sophisticated and tailored pieces

Show-casting the designer's signature looks of tailored silk, organza and pearl embroidery

Toni Maticevski's SS14/15 collection was one to beat at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Tangerine tones, neoprene crops, tailored coats and edgy sports luxe stole the runway in a show that has stunned me for words

Flower mouthed models took to the stage in the finale flaunting what is Toni's best collection yet

Oh Toni, you master sorceress

All things shiny & metallic with a touch of mint and leather at Kahlo

A refreshing change in scenery on the runway.. with Haryono Setiadi draping the most beautiful water colour fabrics

IMG models in Haryono Setiadi's dreamy pieces

Celebrating Alice McCALL's 10 years in the industry with the Spring Summer 14/15 collection 'In my dream we were flying'

Pastels (aka gelato colours) are back in a big way for SS/15

Pretty and preppy - a beautiful twist to the boho designer's usual flare

White confetti falling from the ceiling and suspended sculptures hanging from a wire, making the dream-like show set even more bizarre and fantastical.. well done Alice

On point detailing by Melbourne-based illustrator Angie Rehe

Such magnificent collections by some of Australian's finest designers. Until next year MBFWA!

Photos via The Fashion Section

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  1. Love this! Ahhh I loved Ellery so much, it was perfect. xx

  2. Love the watercolour fabrics, definitely something I could incorporate into my own wardrobe xx Rebecca - UK fashion blog

  3. Gorgeous summary! Dion Lee and Alice McCall were definitely my fave shows from the ones I attended!


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