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Day Two of MBFWA began with a slick show from Maticevski, with less of a focus on evening wear and more of a sharply tailored casual theme throughout. A neutral colour palette, standard for Maticevski, was injected with a little attitude with a continuation of the peplum trend and a leaning towards sharp shoulders and structured jackets, while embellishment in the form of sequinned shoulder adornments added further detail.
Flowers For A Vagabond and Toi Et Moi both presented collections popping with bright colour, refreshed with simple black pieces throughout in the form of asymmetric crop tops and flowing lightweight coats.
Song For The Mute was the next stand out, the young yet mature label presenting an expectedly dark collection full of structured boxy jackets, cropped pants and leggings topped off with monotone New Balance sneakers.
Neuw held a bash at the National Arts Centre’s grand Cell Block Theatre, the meat-butchering theme perfectly pitched in the creepy light of the sky reaching blue stone walls. Dangling hunks of meat, blood spattered sets, butchering machines and hot dogs featured in a buzzing party set to the rock tunes of the late ‘70s.