As Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week continues, our Senior Digital Fashion Editor takes us inside the action with her photo diary from Day 3. From Alice McCall's party-ready attitude to laid back suiting at Christopher Esber, here's everything that happened on Day 3 of MBFWA.
I started the day in Paddington at the Jardan store for Hansen & Gretel's show. It was a very nostalgic collection with lots of throwback pieces. Very '90s!
Next up was Alice McCall. It was one big party, with lots of incredibly fun dresses with LOTS of sparkle. You can read my full review here - but I was a fan!
Next, I headed to Totti's in Bondi for a lunch and show with Bondi Born. The table settings by Christelle Scifo were incredible. It was a real Mediterranean feast! The Bondi Born collection was great. Lots of clean lines, flattering shapes and great quality materials. I'm definitely a fan and am going to stock up for an upcoming European holiday.
After a quick pit stop in the office, we headed to Anna Quan in Surry Hills. Held in an artist's studio, the collection was complemented by an assortment of sculptures. The clothes themselves were perfect — her signature shirting and tailoring was tweaked in fresh new colourways and there was plenty of life in the collection. I want it all!
Next up, Christopher Esber. One of my favourite collections from the week so far, Esber's woman was (as usual) effortless and oh-so-chic. Obsessed — I want it all. Really.
Last show of the night was Michael Lo Sordo. Another highlight — as usual. Plenty of gorgeous silk gowns, fun feathers and lots of pre and post bridal suits. Brides-to-be, listen up!
And... that's a wrap!