Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival Brisbane brought the fashion to the people. And what a week of fashion it was. From old favourites to innovative new-comers, here’s our pick of the best key looks for spring/summer, and most importantly, they can all be found in the city and Queen Street Mall.
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Yes they are daring, but they are oh so great if you can pull them off. And so comfortable. (Hover over images for details)
With the exception of orange, a safer colour that was also prominent on the catwalks was blue. Take your pick of the many shapes and styles on offer. (Hover over images for details)
Making a come back in a big way this season. Go for one of these more unique takes on the look. (Hover over images for details)
Nudes & Whites
Nothing says summer like fresh nude and white tones. And this season they are the IT colours. (Hover over images for details)
From pretty to sexy, ruffles are the key look to incorporate into your wardrobe. (Hover over images for details)
Not a trend, a necessity. There are so many shapes and styles to choose from this season. (Hover over images for details)
Stand out Accessories
The easiest way to update your look. Go feminine or tribal. (Hover over images for details)
Follow the Fashion was a great way for local fashion designers to showcase their designs, and many of them took the next step and featured their pieces in MBFF last week. Our tip: get in fast to get your hands on your fave pieces from these amazing designers before they hit the big-time and sell out!
AKKO (one of the ‘final five’)
White Sands (one of the ‘final five’). Stocked at David Jones, QueensPlaza, Queen Street Mall.
Mother Maria. Stocked at Cheeks, Adelaide Street, City.
Talulah. Stocked at Bam & Juju, Wintergarden, Queen Street Mall.
Tom Gunn. Stocked at Jean Brown, Tattersall’s Arcade, Queen Street Mall.
Follow the Fashion has seen a number of entrants from across the country that offer eco-fashion designs. It really is refreshing to see and is a way forward in the local fashion industry.
Check out the eco-fashion designers online now … new entrant Mother Maria, as well as Pure Pod, East of Grey, Sushi Radio and Kiss Chacey.