April 10, 2019
VAMFF 2019 runway report – Power to the Dreamers
Australia’s largest and longest running fashion-filled festival has recently rounded off its 23rd year. The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival turned the spotlight toward a slew of designers, both international and national, during the 10-day event, at Melbourne’s renowned Royal Exhibition Building.
From stylish streetwear, to the glitz and glamour of a state-of-the-art production of beauty workshops, shop the runway events, industry seminars, live entertainment and world-class runway shows of established and emerging designers, the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival is simply the unmissable centre of fashion.
It was, quite essentially, a must-see extravaganza this year, with the theme, ‘power to the dreamers’, enhancing creativity, and encouraging passion and confidence, while connecting our vast Australian landscape to our ethics and clothing – features all clearly evident on the runway.
Australia’s leading designers took to the runway, including the likes of Aje, KitX and Dion Lee, each debuting carefully-curated show-stopping looks. The runways showcased the best ready-to-wear collections, celebrating this season’s colours, forms and textures.
Runway one, presented by Vogue Australia and supported by Olay at Priceline Pharmacy, delivered a prestigious line-up, including Akira, Camilla and Marc, Scanlan and Theodore, and Martin Grant, along with Lee Mathews, Bassike, Dion Lee and KitX.
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