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Christopher Esber Resort 18 is a lesson on deconstructed tailoring

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Christopher Esber rounded out day three of MBFWA with an offsite runway to present his Resort 18 collection.

The designer showcased his usual tailoring finesse, this time applying his skilled hands to deconstruct traditional tailored styles. 

Structured silhouettes were oversized and asymmetrical with a keen focus on layering, as bursts of red and butter yellow were draped over a more neutral palette. 

Behind the scenes, it was a collaborative effort. Napoleon Perdis lead his makeup team in creating fresh-faced beauty looks, with pastel eyeshadow elevating each look. REDKEN 5TH AVENUE NYC took care of the hair, serving straight, half-up hairstyles to complement the makeup.

Lianna Perdis closed the show in a form-fitting white dress, draped with red netting.

mbfashionweek.com/australia
christopheresber.com.au

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