Keen to get a behind the scenes look at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week? Take a look at Lucy Wood's photo diary below to see what there was to be seen on Day 4.
A close look at Lee Mathew's beautiful set. Native leaves amongst a huge, sheer curtain; dappled in light.
This has been the show I've been looking forward to most this week and Lee Mathews didn't disappoint. Known for her beautiful prints and sculptural shilouettes, I loved the mix of sheer feminine fabrics with classic shirting.
During MBFWA, some brands choose to showcase their new collection by appointment rather than a fashion show. Here, I was introduced to D LY P Studios, a recently launched label from the designers behind Deadly Ponies.
I love the compact shape and muted tones of this cute style.
Next up was Karla Spetic, and look at the lovely sugary treat waiting on our seat!
I first learnt about Leo & Lin at last year's MBFWA. This collection was full of their unique prints and signature lace dresses. I particularly loved the boho scarf and biker boot combo in this look.
As fun as it is attending all of the shows at fashion week, the magazine continues running as normal. And as such, I popped into a few local PR showrooms to pull for a shoot next week. Pictured above is the beautiful MCMPR office.
Before heading off to the last show of the day, I visited Swarovski's HQ to view their Fall 19 collection. What I wasn't expecting was the incredible feast it was presented on!
Last stop, Double Rainbouu presented their Resort 20 collection at the beautiful Chinese Garden Of Friendship in Darling Harbour.
Models were scattered amongst the Chinese Gardens as the sun set and tranquil music played.
Double Rainbouu served up retro graphic co-ords that we know and love from them.
What a spectacular presentation, this has been a huge highlight of the week and a perfect end to the day.