There’s a lot to be said for finishing touches when it comes to getting dressed. This year’s iteration of Australian Fashion Week put accessories in the spotlight, with brands creating their own pieces or working with experts in the field to offer up shoes, bags and jewellery that we can’t wait to wear.

Yu Mei at Beare Park

New Zealand brand Yu Mei partnered with Beare Park to create a six-piece capsule for the Resort ’25 show. The two founding designers, Jessie Wong of Yu Mei and Gabriella Pereira of Beare Park, are a perfect pair as they champion craftsmanship and quality in their respective approaches to modern simplicity. Rich suede bags that play with proportion, including an extra-exaggerated draped tote called the Leonardo and a reinvigorated baguette named The Bobby, form the base for Yu Mei’s resort collection which will drop in October 2024.

Jean Riley jewellery at Emma Mulholland on Holiday

A playful mood unites Melbourne-based jewellery label Jean Riley and Sydney brand Emma Mulholland on Holiday. Glass crab claws, hibiscus flowers, freshwater pearls and water droplets designed in collaboration between Emma Mulholland and Riley complement the laid-back vibes of the Pure Shores collection. The pieces will be available at emonholiday.com from October.

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Lana Wilkinson at Michael Lo Sordo

Footwear brand Lana Wilkinson teamed up with Michael Lo Sordo to deliver party-ready heels at the label’s Tuesday night show. The energy is all-in from both designers. High-shine metallic moments and patent leather pieces like the Paige, Brooke, Huw and Elouise are available to shop now.

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