Excuse us while we bask in the joy of another Australian designer dominating at New York Fashion Week.

Dion Lee debuted his Spring 18 collection yesterday at NYFW, and he did not disappoint.

The designer has become somewhat of a mainstay on the NYFW circuit, ever since making his debut in 2013.

This season, Dion Lee previewed a number of men’s and women’s looks with knotted tailoring, contrast stitching and his signature sculptural silhouettes.

The colour palette played with a mix of emerald, navy and bronze, with grey and white tones also thrown in.

An honourable mention also goes to the designer for making thongs appear fashionable down the runway.

Well done, Dion Lee.

dionlee.com

Photography: 
James J Robinson

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