15/05/2017
It was good.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia is here again and, while there’s a lot to see and do, we’re just as happy to hang outside and check out the always-impressive street style.

This year is no different. Kicking off at the Opera House, MBFWA saw the industry’s most fashionable gather last night for Dion Lee.

There was no lack of creativity and colour when it came to the fashions off the runway. Here’s a few of the best.

mbfashionweek.com/australia

Photography: 
Maddie Roux

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