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Australian Fashion Week

Australian Fashion Week

From runway shows to red-carpet parties, you can’t beat the glamour of Australia’s biggest fashion weeks. We can be treated to a preview of the autumn/winter collections of Australia’s hottest designers at L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival – the week-long carnival of cutting-edge fashion and culture in March.

In May, join the fashionistas flocking to Sydney for the spring/summer shows of Rosemount Australian Fashion Week. Book your tickets to a catwalk show, where you can mingle with fabulous style-setters and celebrities. Get up to date on the next seasonal trends and then hit the stores of your favourite Australian designers.

I just love fashion and have just come across this article with some great photos showcasing 16 years of Australian Fashion Week outfits and designers that have led the way, including my favourite fashion designer Alex Perry.

Enjoy! (Sorry guys!)

1996- Zimmerman. The first ever Australian fashion week, offering local designers a chance to show off their work on a global stage.

2001 – Tuubl (ksubl). 2001 seemed to be the year for courting controversy. Founded by four surfer mates, this debut show fanned the flames of their now cult following, for Tsubi’s denim and T-Shirts.

2006 –Alex Perry. Designer Alex Perry had been showing his personal brand of glamour since Fashion Week began and in 2006 as Harpers Bazaar put it, his ‘Sugar-sweet micro frocks, embellished with beads and sequins’ dazzled the celebrity-heavy front row.

2009 Romance was Born. Romance Was Born’s Iced Vo Vo dress was one of the most iconic images of Rosemount Australian Fashion Week 2009.

2010 A Model wears a creation from Alex Perry’s Arabian Princess Collection.

Yours in Fashion Design,

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