For the 11th year running, the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival has drawn to an epic close after a spectacular five-day spring/summer fashion showcase.
With more than 60 designers and 800 new-season featured outfits, the Fashion Festival showcased the world’s most prestigious brands as well as Queensland’s best and emerging designers.
For the first time at the Pacific Fair Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival, prestigious global brands Tom Ford and Balmain (from Harrolds) and Christian Louboutin showcased their range.
A total of 2,500 lovers of fashion attended the event across the 5day extravaganza.
Best of all, the show managed to raise $2,000 for Braveheart’s charity from ticket sales alone.
The dazzling runway show featured an array of the most coveted pieces by leading Queensland and Australian designers Chelsea de Luca, Camilla, Ginger &, Dion Lee, Lisa Brown, Aqua Blu Australia, George Wu, Urbbana, Smart, Manning Cartell and Paul Hunt.
The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival also displayed some of the best designs from QUT Fashion and TAFE Queensland Brisbane.
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Prints takeover the Camilla collection this season. The cold shoulder and bold accessories are modelled as the perfect way to stand out against the crowd this spring.
The magnificence of the tasselled statement earrings and the patterned bandana attract attention the face; while the straw woven bag breaks up the colours.
Flared pants are back in full swing. *** puts on display a matching top and bottom dark navy combo. The dark base is counterbalanced with colourful floral pattern and belle sleeve wrap top.
Naudic at it again, this time however, reversing the look to showcase the popularity of the flared pant this season.
Naudic shows off his cold shoulder floral dress. The look is tied with a head scarf that pulls the pink and purple tones from the featured piece. Polishing off the look, Naudic contributes to the large bag and tussle statement earrings trend this season, with a spectacular pop of colour.
With his vintage sky-blue swing dress, Paul Hunt has brought back the classic 50’s style A-line shape and flared skirt, offering maximum movement and bravura. Polished with a woven bag and wedged shoe, the look is model for this spring.
This striking floor sweeping A-line wedding dress, shows off the body with its sheer base and white bodysuit lining. Ella Moda helps bides achieve the wow factor with embellished delicate outer mesh skirt fabric. A luxurious option for only the most daring of brides.
Embellished sequence design paints a portrait of glowing stars on the outer sheer fabric lining. With the addition of lustrous lace and a decadent rose hue, Ella Moda achieves an elevated version of an old classic
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