Celebrated designer, Akira Isogawa, presented his Resort 18 offering yesterday at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia.

The designer served up another bright collection that stayed true to his signature. Pieces came primarily in white and black, with splashes of red, orange, lime and sky blue delivered across bold prints. Tailoring was key, with silhouettes largely oversized and square. 

Models sported wet-look hairstyling thanks to Richard Kavanagh for REDKEN 5TH AVENUE NYC. Hair was combed over and textured, giving a more directional feel. Get a closer look above, from our spot backstage.


Maddie Roux

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