RAFW Wrap up - day three

May 5th, 2011 by , and  |  Published in Features, Headline  |  4 Comments

The sun finally peeked through the clouds today, cheering up the bleary faces and bringing with it the strongest day so far including Magdalena Velevska, Shakuhachi, Fernando Frisoni, Michael Lo Sordo, Dhini, Gary Bigeni and fittingly the first of the swimwear collections. There were sharper-than-a-knife pleats and pops of fluro at Magdalena Velevska setting the bar high for the rest of the day. With the sun blazing on the Opera House forecourt for Fernando Frisoni we were more than happy to mingle with the fash pack, though we got a little sunburnt and hated navigating those cobblestones in heels. The white, black and gold pieces however looked spectacular on the runway and were met by many nods of approval. Michael Lo Sordo delivered a standout collection with monochromatic separates, smoky print blazers and those pleats again leaving the crowd quietly rapturous. There were also soft butterfly prints at Dhini and colour-blocking perfection at the packed Gary Bigeni. Onwards to Day 4.


  1. Jesus Luz says:

    May 5th, 2011at 1:28 AM(#)

    Love the coverage from a Sydney angle. So fresh!

  2. Hannah-Rose says:

    May 5th, 2011at 10:18 AM(#)

    this shot is very tommy ton! i like it!


  3. Lucinda says:

    May 5th, 2011at 12:43 PM(#)

    The main shot is by our talented new Senior Editorial Photographer Rachel Kara.

  4. fdnj says:

    May 7th, 2011at 8:23 PM(#)

    Nice topic - respect !

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