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Fashion Fusion

Fashion Fusion showcased a preview of pieces from autumn collections from leading QV designers in fresh runway combining contemporary fashion and dance.

Melbourne boys Trimapee turned out their beloved black; highlights being a soft leather jackets with intricate weaved panels, high collars and excess modesty panels along the front of the jackets.

Trimapee

Dizingof added sophistication to the showcase, particularly with a white casual jacket, belted with a black tie that extended over the shoulder and geisha sleeves, finished with wide legged black business pants.

Dizingof

Kam Otto experimented with subtle colours and soft shapes. Designs appropriate for autumn wear included a navy blue leather jacket with ¾ sleeves and a casual, calf-length button-fastened pant and vest ensemble in chocolate brown.

Kam Otto

Boss Orange followed suit with brightly coloured cords and jeans in red and blue and experimented with dark denim blazers. Loose fitting dresses with print detail were tapered at the bottom to cut a delicate and leggy physique.

Boss Orange

Christensen Copenhagen also featured print designs and played with leopard inspired colourful tights, contrasted with asymmetrical prints in vibrant colours. The collection highlight was an embroided white night shirt style with princess sleeves, finished with brown tights.

Christensen Copenhagen

Guess presented edgier designs with second skin skinnies in grey and acid wash blue and ¾ sleeved soft leather casual jackets. Stud details added interest to simple tees and along the stitching on the jeans.

Guess

Cactus Jam matched skinny cargos with feminine tees and casual jackets to produce classic and simple pieces. The standout being a grey and skin toned heavily adorned metallic flapper inspired dress that shone and sparkled in all the right ways.

Cactus Jam

T.L. Wood offered a 90’s inspired line, featuring strong and defined shoulders in a rustic red dress with necktie. A crushed velvet trench and sequin bomber jacket.

T.L. Wood

Platinum menswear offered classic cut men’s suits in the traditional black and grey.

Platinum menswear

Wayne Cooper finished the showcase with a full-length, black off-the-shoulder number and a lush pink summery frock with ruffle details and a flowing skirt.

Wayne Cooper

Words: Alex Schleibs

Photography: Scott Gick

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