Models of the Australian Fashion Week on Wednesday stormed the catwalk decorated with sex toys, which at first glance could be mistaken for eccentric jewelry.
Orlooki members of the audience pointed out that the show by Karla Spetić, which was the topic of Oasis Resort 23, presented a collection of Lovehoney toys to pay tribute to strong, confident women.
The Oasis Resort’s ‘story’ began with sensual blacks, including a stylized shark silhouette. It has progressed into a bodycon, pure shell shapes, in a monochrome and pastel palette.
The sex toys from Lovehoney were matched with the clothes chosen, complementing the design as the models fell on the runway.
The Tease Finger Vibrator was on display along with the Fifty Shades of Gray Sensation rechargeable finger vibrator, which was used as a ring, while some models replaced the clutches for Lovehoney Glow Up rechargeable Bullet vibrators
The Tease Finger Vibrator was on display alongside Fifty Shades of Gray Sensation rechargeable finger vibrators, which are used as a ring, while some models replaced clutches for Lovehoney Glow Up rechargeable Bullet Vibrators.
‘My main goal in partnership with Lovehoney is to empower and build women’s confidence through fashion and satisfaction. The available offer of Lovehoney products is aesthetically harmonized with the shapes and colors of our new Oasis SS23 collection and I am very excited ‘, said Karla about the show.
Low silk pants, bras with chains and see-through dresses were in constant rotation at Australian Fashion Week as designers stepped up sexy for the new season.
You wouldn’t know that Australia is only a few short months away from winter because models in Vienna and Bridge, Michael Lo Sordo and St Agni wore barely-dark ensembles at Carriageworks in Redfern, Sydney, without fear of showing off their bare hips or nipples.
At Bec and Bridge, designers Bec Cooper and Bridget Yorston unveiled their collection called TWENTY-ONE, a celebration of the brand’s milestone, inspired by 90s music, rhythm and grunge.
Siren Midi Dress ($ 850) has a crochet style made of ombre colored knit and complemented by metallic payette sequins
ERIK-YVON fashion show was full of colors at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week (pictured)
‘It unites archival silhouettes with nostalgic returns to our roots from the late’ 90s, all reinterpreted through super-modern lenses, ’the founders said.
Miren dress Siren (850 USD) has a crochet style made of ombre colored knit and complemented by metallic payette sequins.
‘The sheer and chic style of event attire is designed to move along the body to create a fitted and flattering silhouette. The midi dress has a wide neckline and a wide lower back ‘, it says on the website.
Meanwhile, Michael Lo Sordo has embedded his distinctive diamond details with low back slip dresses and chain bras and blazers for the ultimate outfit.
Meanwhile, Michael Lo Sordo has incorporated his distinctive diamond details into low-back dresses and bras and blazers for top-notch outfits
In St. Agni, a brand born in the bohemian courtyard of Byron Bay, there were a lot of blouses and bras on display with wide pants to enhance their supple frames.
The Nichola and Ford show also advocated a number of daring looks, including a completely backless (left)
In St Agni, a brand born in the bohemian courtyard of Byron Bay, there was a plethora of underwear and bras with wide pants on display to enhance their supple frame.
Some have compared the show to a look that would not stray to Carrie Bradshaw, the main character in Sex and the City.
Stylist Elliot Garnaut compared skimpy clothes to designers who take more risks now that we live in a world after a pandemic.
Emma Pills (right) stands with her model at Fashion Week
One Mile debuted in its Resort collection with a series of see-through T-shirts and skirts (pictured)
‘From cutting to bare clothing, we’ve seen a lot more skin in the last two years than ever before,’ Mr Garnaut said. news.com.au.
‘For me, adapting to everyday life is – show the parts of your body where you feel the sexiest and most confident.
‘Low-rise trousers and cropped dresses and shirts are very noticeable on the runway this year, giving consumers the confidence to own their body and feel empowered to rock those shapes that suit you best. Don’t feel like you have to hang out, because you don’t have to. ‘