There’s something about the VAMFF

It never ceases to amaze me. In all the years I’ve been attending the Melbourne Fashion Festival the atmosphere surrounding it is always one of excitement, anticipation and awe. You just cannot help but get caught up in the hoopla that is fashion week. Whether you’re attending runway shows, cultural events, or just stopping by the L’Oreal Powder Room for a beauty consultation and a gift bag, there really is something for everyone. And that is what I love about this festival.

I was fortunate enough to attend the Runway Six show last Friday night and I must say it was a delightful half hour of elegant sophistication presented by the fashion bible itself, Harper’s Bazaar Australia.

Perfectly polished models floated along the catwalk showcasing the talents of Sass & Bide, Yeojin Bae, AG Arthur Galan, Lui Hon, Ellery, Alex Perry and Carla Zampatti. With garment after garment floating along, the collections presented were a succinct edit of each designer’s interpretation of AW14. Stand-outs for me would have to be Yeojin Bae’s razor sharp tailored pieces and Carla Zampatti’s ladylike frocks that would flatter any body. Pretty pieces all round that reflected the elegant flair which we have come to expect from each designers respective labels. A definite highlight in the runway series…

Carla Zampatti - courtesy of VAMFF website
Carla Zampatti – courtesy of VAMFF website
Lui Hon - courtesy of VAMFF website
Lui Hon – courtesy of VAMFF website
Yeojin Bae - courtesy of VAMFF website
Yeojin Bae – courtesy of VAMFF website
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