Zambesi’s Resort 17 collection, Kaleidoscope, hit the runway yesterday for MBFWA.

The showcase presented styles for both men and women, with designers Elisabeth and Neville Findlay delivering a strong selection of ready-to-wear pieces.

Bomber jackets, trenches and shorts dominated the men’s offering, while the label delivered draped jackets, off-the-shoulder jumpers, tailored dresses and textured skirts for women.

We also saw Zambesi's own range of bags, belts, hats and footwear join the lineup, which tied things together nicely.

The team from REDKEN 5TH AVENUE NYC was responsible for creating hairstyles to complement the designs. Models wore slicked over, half-up styles that sat off the face, the perfect balance between serious and carefree.

mbfashionweek.com/australia
zambesistore.com

Photography: 
Maddie Roux

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