New Zealand designer Kate Sylvester brought Romeo and Juliet to the runway on day four at MBFWA. 

Her collection Romeo 4 Juliet captures the essence of the star crossed lovers.  Sylvester mixes masculinity and femininity, bringing classical vintage into modern day style. 

Romeo, we totally get it. This collection is our Juliet. 

mbfashionweek.com/australia

PhotographyChristine Ai

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