Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia Day 4 favourites. Christine Centenera (via: www.lifestyled.com.au ); Eleanor Pendleton (via Instagram @eleanorpendleton); Marisa Remond (via fabsugar.com); Sara Donaldson (via harperandharley.com); Mandy Shadforth AKA Oracle Fox; Camilla Freeman Topper and Marc Freeman (via fabsugar.com)
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia Day 2 & 3 street style and runway highlights. Christine Centenera (via blog.freepeople.com); Alice McCall (via fabsugar.com); Nikki Phillips at Manning Cartell (via fabsugar.com.au); Kate Sylvester, Camilla, Christopher Esber (via fabsugar.com); Natalie Cantell and Pip Edwards (Photographed by Phil Oh for Vogue.com)
Front row & on the street at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia Day 1. Images: Kate Waterhouse, Nicole Warne & Lara Bingle (via Candice Lake); Baribie front row with Rei Shito, Rachael Finch, Mr Street Peeper and Nicole Warne (via Gun Communications); Camilla Freeman-Topper, Mel Tan Meyers & Marc Freeman (via @joyhysteric); Lara Bingle (via @renaepantelis); Phoebe Tonkin & Christine Centenera (via Kate Waterhouse); Phoebe Tonkin (via facehunter).
I’ve always been a fan of Shona Joy. These pieces from the current summer collection have really caught my eye though. I love the classic well-structured simplicity. With so many loud prints and bold colours everywhere right now, these dresses are a nice breath of fresh air.
All 3 dresses could be worn from work to cocktails and everything in between. My favourite would have to be the Valley of Neptune Shirt Dress, so beautifully tailored, the gold clasp at the neck and panel detailing add a subtle yet eye catching edge. Classic yet effortlessly chic, you wouldn’t need to worry about accessorising, this dress would do all the talking.
Technology merged with fashion late last year when Diane von Furstenberg road tested one of Google’s new projects, Google Glass.
Diane von Furstenberg who is known for her innovation and effortless design, wore the Google glasses in the week leading up to her Spring 2013 show in New York and during the show itself, capturing a birds eye view of her creative process. Models also wore the glasses for the show, one model turning on Google Glass’s video-recording function to capture her own view of the runway.
The augmented reality-enhanced glasses have many functions such as users being able to take pictures and record video, receive messages, check calendars, get weather updates and see messages from their friends. And that’s just the features that Google has released so far!
Google Glass is said to be available to the public by late 2013, what do you think? Is the fashion world ready for something like this yet?