Australian Fashion Week: The Good, The Bad And The Bizarre

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Things are starting to hit up at the ongoing Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia, as day four brought with it collections so bizarre they were, at times, out of this world.


Australian designer Emma Mulholland, whose designs have been worn by the likes of Azealia Banks, M.I.A, and Kimbra, showed a Resort 17 space-inspired collection.

Dubbed ‘Alien chic‘, the collection was all space-age outfits, sequins, planet prints, metallic shoes and glitter.




The bizarre range followed in the footsteps of Romance Was Born, whose highly anticipated show did not disappoint.

Held at the spectacular Carthona House in Darling Point the designer duo, Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett, named Liberace among their muses for their 10th anniversary collection ‘Whispering Angel’.

Following close behind was Australian label Discount Universe, that has been worn by the likes of Miley Cyrus.




Crazy: Australian label Discount Universe is known for their outlandish designs, and they did not disappoint. The crazy collection was all flesh-colored body suits and sequins, the models’ mouths painted to look as if they were dripping blood.

Lastly, model Bambi Northwood-Blyth held the highly-anticipated launch of her sleepwear line P.Jame, that she founded alongside Dan Single.

Check the gallery above for all of our favorites from the outfits displayed at day 4 of the Australian fashion week!

Asher Iheme

Poet. Photography lover. Writer. Random human. Humble with a mountain size hint of Kanye -_- #Maverick.

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