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May 22, 2016

This seasons' Sydney Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week wrapped up with another load of amazing new inspirations from the runway. Check out some of our favourites. 

Akira Isogawa

Akira had been my personal favourite in the Australian fashion scene ever since he launched the first ever collection. His designs aesthetic focuses on light weight textiles with flowing movement, yet emphasis a strong persona. 

Akira - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia 2016

View entire collection from: MBfashionweek

Dion Lee

At the young age of 30, Dion had established his career on the international reach. In this new collection, we are still in love with Dion's signature simple, elegant geometric tailoring with a touch of new wave playful materials. 

Dion Lee - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia 2016

View entire collection from: MBfashionweek

 

Zhivago

It was rebel. It was theatrical. What a show! Zhivago's electric display of the new season selection was shimmery, dark, with a rebel edge. 
Zhivago - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia 2016

View entire collection from:MBfashionweek

 

KIT X

Kit X has always been so true to their vision and quality. In this year's runway, we just fell a little more in love with the brand. It was confident, fierce, and so comfortable. The collection is without doubt another sold out. 

Kitx - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia 2016

View entire collection from:MBfashionweek

 

Shop the classic Undivided collection:

Sydney Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2016 Minimal, Ethical Fashion

 


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Sizing

 

This table is for reference only doesn't represent the exact measurement of every design. Measurement range depending on the style/cut for each individual design. For fitted style, it's usually the smaller end of the range; whereas oversize fit will measure towards the larger number. 

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

 

 

Bust (cm)

81-83.5

84-88

89-93.5

95-98.5

99-104

 

 

Waist (cm)

63-66

67-71

72-76

77-81.5

82-86

 

 

Hip (cm)

89-92

95-97

98-101

102-105

106-110

 

 

 

International sizing reference

 

USA

UK / AU / NZ

Italy

France

Germany

Japan

Russia

S

2-4

8-10

38-40

34-36

32-34

7-9

40

M

6-8

10-12

42-44

38-40

36-38

11-13

44

L

10

14

46

42

40

15

48