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MBFWA 2013 – Backstage Beauty

From bold eyebrows to tribal braided hair to neon pink lipsticks, Sydney Fashion Week 2013 left us with plenty of beauty inspiration for the season ahead. Read on for the key trends.

Sleek up-dos and crimson red lips at Lisa Ho SS 2013/14

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MBFWA 2013 – Part 4

As we head in to the tail end of Sydney Fashion Week for 2013, we review the top collections from the final round of shows!

Easton Pearson SS 2013/14

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MBFWA 2013 – Part 3

We’re well into Day 3 of Sydney Fashion Week, and there has been plenty of fashion so far that has us longing for summer 2013/14 already!

Check out some of our fave looks from Day 3 below:

 Lisa Ho SS 2013/14

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MBFWA 2013 – Part 2

Check out some of the hottest looks fresh from the catwalks of MBFWA Day 2, featuring Ginger & Smart, Jayson Brunsdon and Toni Maticevski!

 Toni Maticevski SS 2013/14

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Sydney Fashion Week Artworks: Jenny Kee

An internationally acclaimed artist, designer and pioneer of global style, Jenny Kee’s 2012 Fashion Week showcase was yet another beautiful testament to the Australian environment.

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Sydney Fashion Week: The Innovators

‘The Innovators’ group showcase – held annually at Sydney Fashion Week – features some of Australia’s most promising young talent from Sydney TAFE. This year’s show certainly held up to its title. These emerging designers each delivered an incredibly innovative collection, experimenting with texture, colour, structure and print in ways that can only be described as awe-inspiring.

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Sydney Fashion Week with Jayson Brundson

For Jayson Brundon’s S/S 2012 collection entitled The Lady is a Tramp, guests were treated to a theatrical visual delight that eschewed the traditional Fashion Week runway show. It was our turn to walk between a host of models, who were dispersed throughout a large room standing on stone pillars, reclining on wrought iron tables or draped nonchalantly over wingback chairs.

It was a new and innovative way to view a collection that stood out from a standard catwalk. Guests were able to interact with the collection; they could view its intricate beauty in a way that isn’t afforded from the runway.

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