#MBFWA runway recap: Camilla and Marc

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia: Camilla and Marc

Last night (Sunday 13 May 2018 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia officially launched and kicked off with the Resort 2019 collection with the first show of the season, Camilla and Marc.

Celebrating 15 years and debuting their collection Welcome to Mars to the fashionistas, industry creators, buyers and VIP’s.

All eyes were on Georgia Fowler and Charlee Fraser both walking the runway. Celebrity guests included Victoria Lee, The Veronicas, Isabella Manfredi, Jessica Gomes including global buyers and press.

The collection featured utilitarian touches and luxe fabrications including silk chiffon, sheer lurex and fine jersey. Standout pieces included a gunmetal grey evening dress in liquid metallic, a sunny yellow maxi dress cut leanly to the body and the marshmallow pink tunic with blown up bishop sleeves expressed a lightness.

The item will sell was …  the dusty pinks, shades of grey, khaki.

My wow moment was … the yellow large pin-stripe pants with ankle cut slip, high top white shoes and the crop tailored bell sleeves

The accessories must haves … huge tote bags, thin retro sunglasses, white enamel earrings accents and pointed ankle boots – but those thigh-high baby-blue boots INSANE!

What every one talked about was … the models look and walking on the moon desert-tone planet that is Mars.

*all images courtesy of Flaunter

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