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Leading designers show at MBFWA's penultimate day
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Apr '14
courtesy: MBFWA/Suboo
courtesy: MBFWA/Suboo
The penultimate day of Mercedes Benz fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) featured an array of spring/summer collections from the country’s leading design names. 
 
The 27-year-old designer Dion Lee sent a very structured line, replete with clean cuts, down the runway at the event. The Sydney Institute of Technology grad’s collection showcased deconstructed and twisted denim jackets, crisp white shirts, sexy strappy dresses and masculine style-tailored trousers. 
 
The Sydney-based affordable contemporary luxury fashion label Suboo’s creative director Sue Di Chio displayed both swim and ready-to-wear pieces on the same day. The wearable and feminine ensembles included bright yellow tropical patterned strappy mini dresses, lightweight crop tops and breezy maxis.
 
Using flattering cuts, the designer’s swimwear collection included several strappy as well as strapless high waist bikinis, decorated with prints of palm trees, bold flowers and graphic black and white designs.
 
In addition to the above mentioned names, the fourth day of MBFWA also showcased a 9 to 5 working woman-inspired collection by designer Emma Mulholland and an exciting clothing range named Rio, which focused on the gradual shift from glamorous fashion to casual wear, from well-known fashion talent Jayson Brunsdon.
 

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