Embellished cuff by Maison Margiela (similar here)
Drunken love ring in black diamond and white old diamond by Drew&Even (similar here and here)
Thin five finger rings by Eddie Borgo
Hollywood pumps by Aquazzura (similar here and here)
Fringed clutch by Pierre Hardy (similar here and here)
Embellished top by Alberta Ferretti (similar here and here)
Striped pencil skirt by Dion Lee (similar here and here)
Have you ever pondered over what the ideal Fashion Week would consist of? Or what your ultimate Fashion Week outfit would entail? Like were you to take helm of say, an Australian Fashion week then where, what and who would such an event encompass? Farfetch posed this question and I have to admit I had a great deal of pleasure contemplating it. Especially when it comes to my own dream Fashion Week outfit. But when it come to the ‘where’, in which I felt a stylish mix of iconic Melbourne and Sydney hotspots was mandatory; however, evidently based in Melbourne Town. Dreamy locations like the Bondi Iceburgs and The Rocks for Sydney and a home base at The Esplanade in St Kilda for Melbourne. Being in Australia, a fixed waterfront is essential. And in a perfect world, the Flinders Street Station Ball Room would be available to hold the most whimsical of shows for labels like Romance Was Born. The “what” would be an obvious array of Australian designers, like Dion Lee and Toni Maticevski. And with international headliners like Alexander McQueen, Wang and Victoria Beckham to entice. Lastly the who would include a gaggle of stylish bloggers and guests like Alexa Chung, the Hadid sisters, Leigh Lezark, Sarah Harris, and Lily Aldridge. But with a designer line-up containing the above, it would take next to nothing to entice the fashion elite.
But most importantly what does the ultimate Fashion Week outfit comprise of? For me it’s a glorious feud between minimalism and embellishment. Femininity and fierceness. A tenacious need to embody and evoke ones personality and uniqueness in a confluence of equally passionate and energetic influencers, whilst still remaining authentically you. Stripes, because stripes. A bit of platinum sparkle (yes, you read that right) with understated and impracticably high heels, which are a prerequisite for sashaying between shows; chauffeured no less.
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