The scene was set just right at the The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, for the Bondi Born AAFW show.
The urban landscape offered a sleek, paired back location, jutting out into Sydney Harbour with a sweeping vista leading the eye out towards Greenwich.
The water-side location echoed the collection’s focus: a Sydneysiders’ beach dream, combining billowing silhouettes and drapery in high quality silks and linens.
The overall effect was a breezy collection that championed a simple but well-directed colour palette of pinks, blues, warm browns and neutral creams. The design was as interesting as it was minimal.
It was also all-encompassing, with looks that could take you from a salty dip (some gorgeous cut-out one pieces were on display), to dresses that could easily take you to a high-end cocktail night or even a wedding. It’s safe to say, the range was extremely versatile.
Bondi Born’s collaboration with State Of Escape on the project was a brilliant addition to the show, adding to that essence of relaxed elegance that permeates the Aussie style set.
For those who may not know, you can actually pick up your Bondi Born pieces on The Iconic.