Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Brisbane – Emerging Fashion Designers Group Show

Erin Hassall Designs brisbane designer

Having a photographer’s pass to the Emerging Designers Group Show was such a pleasure, seeing the future stars of the fashion industry on the runway, showcasing their fresh ideas, was exciting. Being  in the photographer’s pit I had an amazing view of the circular runway.

The designer’s collections included lots of bright colours (such as Erin Hassall Designs who showcased her beautiful flowing kaftans pictured above) and fun accessories (especially from Molly and Polly who’s models had surfboards and snorkelling gear).

The beautiful fairytale gowns from Begitta (pictured below) with their golden birdcage accessories, was a highlight of the show which no doubt left the audience dreaming of attending Cinderella’s ball.

Begitta emerging fashion designer

Begitta designer fashion Brisbane

Molly and Polly swimwear emerging brisbane designers at mbff Brisbane

Molly and Polly were all about bright prints, colour blocking and fun accessories.

A Jacksonian Era fashion design brisbane

A Jacksonian Era mixed fitted and flowing silhouettes and all with flowers in their hair.

Sinead James Brisbane

Sinead James showing off their geometric prints and candy coloured palette.

Juliet, Brisbane fashion blogger

Before and after the show, outside City Hall, was buzzing with Brisbane’s most fashionable people, one of whom is Juliet, Brisbane blogger from Lace ‘n Ruffles.

Brisbane fashion ladies at MBFF

Emma Gaffy and Grace Markham

I also bumped into talented ladies Emma Gaffy from No Name Style and Grace Markham, fashion photographer.

Ladies from IZE Magazine

Madeline and Nicole from IZE Magazine.

City hall ceiling

This is the first time I have been inside City Hall since it was refurbished and the high ceilings and gleaming marble took my breath away.

City hall window

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  1. Always nice catching up with you Yolanda! :) I love the last shot we took of the girl in faux fur through the gate, looking so glam! I can totally see how capturing a beautiful picture like this gives so much sense of achievement.