alice McCall showcased playful embroidery and folk-like craftsmanship for spring in white and crimson. This tee and culottes in creamy, cut-out cotton shows how breezy head-to-toe dressing can be.
Bec & Bridge
The jumpsuit made a strong impact on the runways this season, and this wide-leg pinstripe style from Sydney design team Bec & Bridge is an easy update on boyfriend tailoring.
GINGER & SMART
This spring collection showed nature-inspired fractured-earth and ghost-gum prints. A sharply structured V-neck gives this full silk skirt a cool twist.
The brand is renowned for its signature prints and contemporary silhouettes. This geometric-print quilted bomber in teal and navy and matching pant are effortlessly chic with a classic white tee.
For those who want to dip their toe into colour, avant-garde Melbourne designer Lui Hon showcased hand-dyed blue and white ombre on linen trousers perfect for pairing with neutrals this spring.
Designers are swinging into the ‘60s this season, and this embellished polo with embroidered mini from Sydney sisters Manning Cartell gives an updated nod to mod.
This showcase was defined by the play between soft and sharp elements. This cool alterative to the little black dress juxtaposes the Melbourne label’s clean tailoring with feminine pleated netting detail.
One Fell Swoop
West Australian designers One Fell Swoop reimaged masculine tailoring with this white-on-white silk suit. Relaxed tailoring was complemented by precision draping in a look that works perfectly with white trainers for spring.
Melbourne darling Yeojin Bae showed a chic alterative for evening dressing, punctuating her collection of signature canary yellow and rose pink dresses with this sharply tailored crepe suit.
Special Thanks to Sun Studios.