Because we know women wear it best, men's clothing is no exception. During the third day at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia we saw many unique trends such as women wearing trousers, ra ra skirts, and sexy low-v-necks. Half way through the week and each day has been monumental.
The day opened with an off site show at Sydney's iconic Andrew ‘Boy' Charlton Pool, where Katama by Garrett Neff showed the latest in swimwear for men.
Blazers and shorts were a trend for the Katama Fashion line.
Oversized trousers and shirts with high heels are definitely a trend this fashion season.
Christopher Esber showed the fashion world that women also look great in men's clothing with modern men's tailoring for women.
Sexy V-Necks with extra long sleeves was a trend we saw come through a number of designers including Bec and Bridge.
Bec and bridge went back to their sexy roots with a collection filled with fun. Polka dots, one sleeve and structure ruffles were standout trends.
Macgraw caught the audience's eye with a complete with ruffles and velvet slippers.
Mini ra ra skirts and and shirts with bell sleeves was nothing short of what Mcgraw showed.
Models laughed and skipped down the Macgraw runway which was a welcome change for the fashion crowd.
Don't forget that you too, can be part of all the action this weekend, ‘Mercedes-Benz Fashion Weekend Edition' on May 19 and 20, a ticketed series of events open to the public that gives fashion aficionados the chance to get a front-row look at the latest collections. Delve into the unseen, mingle with models, witness the buzz of backstage and see a runway show in the making. Tickets for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Weekend Edition are available through Ticketmaster.