VAMFF has finished for the year, but I still can’t let it go!
Laura and I visited two VAMFF runways this year – Opening night presented by David Jones and Premium Runway 5 Presented by Shop til you Drop.
Of Course, we couldn’t miss the opportunity for an outfit snap pre-show!
Wearing: Zara Dress, Tony Bianco Heels and Naked Vice Bag
Opening night was presented by David Jones and included many designers such as Manning Cartell, Keepsake the Label, Lover, Alexander Wang, Scanlan Theodore, Bec & Bridge and the big finale, Ellery.
Having never been to a VAMFF Opening Night, I was memorized by the runway – beautiful designs and a vibrant atmosphere.
I didnt manage to catch any photos – so enjoy some from Fashion Journal
Premium Runway 5 – Shop till you Drop
Runway 5 featured some of my favourite designers and the most amazing goodie bag I have ever had!
Wearing: C/meo the Label Top, Zara Skirt and Tony Bianco Heels
Shona Joy featured a clean, crisp feminine feel to their collection. Featuring the perfect brown winter jumper!
Third Form has to be one of my favourite designers. This season’s collection was textured but had sleek designs. My stand-out favourite was the fluffy, off the shoulder jumper and pants/skirt combo.
Finders Keepers featured a surprising twist on the Candy Stripe. I feel this is going to be a big hit for the label, a perfect pop of colour for those dreary days.
I am pretty sure it was love at first sight with this season’s Wild Horses collection. Laser cut fabrics, sheer layers and barely there straps, but in simple silhouettes. a deep, turquoise blue was the standout colour of the collection. My favourite was a simple black v neck, flared sleeve shift dress.
Keepsake the Label
Keepsake had Japanese influence with Kimono style sleeves, high necklines and printed floral patterns. A floaty pink boob tube was also featured in blush coloured tones along with a similar style in black.
White Suede was the perfect mix of girl boss, monochrome dressing. Suits, sheer fabrics and lace were featured, along with a tough-chic aesthetic with the introduction of leather jackets/vests over laser cut skirts and floaty fabrics.
Thurley was perfection in lace, fringing and laser cut fabrics. A touch of blue and red was seen amongst the black and white. A collection that cannot be faulted with the overall stand out a beaded, sheer train dress.
Until Next time VAMFF
Let me know your thoughts on the collections below!