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David Jones' shows 200 A/W14 looks by 35 labels
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Jan '14
credit: blog.davidjones.com.au
credit: blog.davidjones.com.au
More than 200 looks, created by a host of nearly 35 designers, were featured at the exquisite catwalk event organized by Australia’s high-end department store chain David Jones.
 
Eminent names like Bianca Spender, Akira Isogawa, Goot and Alice McCall presented their interpretations for the Autumn/Winter 2014 season at the extravagant Sydney soiree.
 
Ginger & Smart, the Sydney-based label opened the evening with a sexy ensemble comprised of a black leather bustier teamed up with a red pencil skirt and a sleeveless fringed jacket.
 
The soiree also witnessed a printed skirt and a crop-top swimsuit, designed by the Australian fashion designer Josh Goot, a flamenco-style leopard-print Zimmerman dress and a floor-length black silk crossover gown created by the house of Camilla and Marc.
 
The major highlights of the multi-brand clothing that were displayed at the event was the dominance of feminine silhouettes’ on materials like leather, lace, denims and soft luxurious knits decorated with animal prints, rich hued florals, embellishments and candid cutouts.
 
Founded in 1836, David Jones owns around 38 stores located in Australian states and territories. 
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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