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MSFW Designer Series - the one with bare bodied boys

The weather bit hard last night, but nothing could dampen the mood of fashionistas attending night 4 of the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Designer Series. Baseball caps and bare bodied boys had me reminiscing of the hoods and back streets of New York City (only that I saw sailors instead of gangsters, being that it was June and 'Fleet Week' at the time! ;)  The girls held their own with funky shades, sleek blond and black highlights, and sexy hem lines that varied in respect to the calibre of designers on show. Overall a unified production styled by Peter Simon Phillips, The Stars: FRIEND OF MINE, FROM BRITTEN P/L , LEOPOLD, LIMEDROP, NOBODY, STRATEAS.CARLUCCI, WHITE SUEDE
Plenty also from off the catwalk
Finally met MSFW resident blogger Alice, after a week of religiously following her twitter and post updates
  Zara managers Adnan & Peter
Soffa, Bree & Connel Chiang
What Would Karl Do blogger Jess
I wore my SS12 Banksia Flora cotton dress - Inspired by Australiana Flora & Fauna - I wish I was going to be in Australia for our gorgeous Spring Summer Seasons!
 My vintage clutch is from Lost&Found Market on Smith St, and sling back heels from ASOS

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