Australia is well renowned for some of the best fashion designers. We are on the lookout this season for Australian up and coming designers that are making all the right impressions in the fashion industry. Here are some of our top picks:
Established by two sisters with an eye for creating unique digital prints, Rachel and Alex the label first launched back in April 2014 during Mercades Benz Fashion week. Their beautifully crafted garments are a combination of structured feminine silhouettes and futuristic flare. Their designs have been featured on the covers of Fashion Journal, Superior as well as in Dazed and Vogue Australia.
At first glance of the Metropolis range, Ty-lr is the kind of label for the sophisticate, intellectual woman. Their combination of silks and corporate enhanced prints showcase contemporary class and luxury. Their clothing has been featured in Vogue Australia and even spotted on celebrity style icon, Kendall Jenner.
Get ready to be transported into a dream like state of delicate beadwork, intricate lace and layers of chiffon! Paolo Sebastion’s ranges of couture gowns are executed with incredible creative direction and millinery perfection. The head designer behind the brand, Paul Vasileff, launched his first collection at the age of 17 back in 2007. Since then, his gowns have been worn on the red carpet of the Oscars, Golden Globes and our own Logie Awards.
Elle Zeitoune first launched their label back in early 2010, with the desire to create feminine and elegant clothing. Designed in mind to turn heads, their dresses have been worn by contestants on the Bachelor and also news journalists such as Mel Doyle and Carrie Bickmore.
Bronx and Banco
Bronx and Banco’s new spring/ summer collection is filled with detailed lace patterns, full skirts and feminine cuts. Their dreamy dresses are made for summer parties, wedding functions, holiday getaways and family occasions. Some of our favourite pieces that we’re looking forward to wearing from this collection include the White Positano and Cherry Florence.