The Gary Bigeni girl is relaxed, easy going and pretty darn stylish. After a seven-year hiatus the designer returned to the catwalk at MBFWA with a fresh but distinctive take on the Bigeni girl. 

Using crisp cottons instead of his trademark jerseys, the designer presented an array of tailored but easy going wears. Just like a fresh pair of bed linen and PJs, the collection used a range of light blues, stark whites and bold, cobalt blue; colours he’s been know to use in the past. 

The collection was paired with mpnt jewellery and septum rings, adding a pretty cool, current day touch. With beautifully fresh garments flowing down the runway, we’re hanging out for a warm, breezy summer evening already.

mbfashionweek.com/australia

PhotographyChristine Ai

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