Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival Brisbane

Australian fashion is a powerful force you can’t reckon with, every year MBFF Brisbane Australia shows the world that you can always rely on its designers to deliver, This year we were able to see immaculate, creative yet funky designs that cater to, and satisfy everyone’s desires when it comes to style and the latest trends in fashion.

The Mercedes Benz Fashion Festival ran for 4 days at the iconic heritage building the Old Government House situated on the University of Queensland grounds, which delivered a lineup of mesmerizing shows lead by the festival ambassador Napoleon Perdis heiress Lianna Perdis.

It kicked off with an almost endless runway of beautiful designs from the giant shopping

destination Pacific Fair at the beautiful Gold Coast in Queensland Australia, from top names in the business such as Manning Cartell, GINGER & SMART, DAVID JONES, and sass & bide and many more.

The following days were no different, we were seated front row witnessing the hard work of talented designers from across Australia including QUT fashion by the University of Queensland fashion, Kelvin Grove state college, and TAFE Queensland past fashion students.

Kimbralou delivered a wild feed of style, every design passed by had a jaw-dropping effect,
From couture wear by Nardia Panettiere took us to a world of beauty and tranquility of heavenly whites, And the models looked like Angels spreading their blessing of wows with every piece.

The fashion delivery of exquisite designs continued with Jordan Hewitt, Annalisse Designs, Murrii Quu Designs, Club Couture, Helen Grant Couture, and the breathtaking Designs from Zengara by Naomi De Marco.

Just like any fashion show in Queensland, it wouldn’t be complete without the swimwear! A lineup of beautiful pieces by Koko swimwear was showcased, a floral one-piece and 2 piece subtle colors to have us covered for the Australian summer, including colorful Kaftans with flowery fabrics by Bonita Kaftans.

Also, stylish men from the down under weren’t forgotten they were treated to edgy and classic designs of suits, shirts, and shoes by Urbbana and other local creatives.

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