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11/05/2017
Wild card.

Words by

Anastasia McInerney

It’s time to get acquainted with Sara Bailes. After designing for the likes of Gorman and Karen Walker, this impressive lady launched her eponymous label in 2015. 

Since then, Sara has been designing locally, using natural fibres as the basis for each piece. Her designs combine classic silhouettes with a contemporary aesthetic, with pieces produced by a small team working from Indonesia. 

Beyond these easy-to-style separates, Sara also weaves statement elements throughout her collections. This season delivers black and white gingham, green and yellow checks, navy velour and white mohair.

It’s all about embracing femininity with a tailored edge.

sarabailes.com

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