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Jennifer Hawkins & Kris Smith catwalk for Australia's Myer
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Aug '13
Jennifer Hawkins and Kris Smith, the extremely good looking Australian fashion models and television presenters, recently catwalked for Australia’s famous retail chain Myer.
 
Brand ambassadors of the multi-designer outlet, the stylish duo launched the retailer’s latest Spring/Summer 2014 ensembles at a glitzy runway event in Sydney. 
 
Created by a number of well-known Australian designers like Jayson Brunsdon Black Label, sass & bride, Autonomy and Trent Nathan, the freshly unveiled collection showcased outfits for both males and females.
 
Based on classy monochromes and fun pastel shades, the new line’s womenswear pieces included pants, jackets, graphic and floral print blouses, as well as skirts and dresses of varied lengths.  
 
Mainly consisting of the rugged evergreen blue denims, the meanswear range showcased button down shirts, cool blazers, tees and comfy trousers. 
 
Founded 1900, Myer is Australia’s largest department store chain that specializes in a variety of clothing and other fashion and home accessories.
 

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