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MBFWA Announces Preliminary Designer Line Up for Its Inaugural Season of Resort Collections

12891666_10153639048724482_8819202514368766045_o Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) has announced the preliminary designer line up for its inaugural season of Resort Collections. The event will be the first centralised fashion week that focusses on exclusively Resort Collections, to line up with the international retail calendar. Over 55 designers will be showcasing their collections in Sydney from Sunday 15th May […]

by The AFC

29 March 2016


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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) has announced the preliminary designer line up for its inaugural season of Resort Collections. The event will be the first centralised fashion week that focusses on exclusively Resort Collections, to line up with the international retail calendar.

Over 55 designers will be showcasing their collections in Sydney from Sunday 15th May through to Friday 20th May, 2016.

Australian Fashion Chamber members who will be showcasing collections include: Aje, Akira, Bec & Bridge, Bianca Spender, By Johnny, Christopher Esber, Dion Lee, Emma Mulholland, Ginger & Smart, Jennifer Kate, Macgraw, Manning Cartell, Maticevski, Rebecca Vallance, We Are Kindred, and Yeojin Bae.

AFC member Toni Maticevski will open MBFWA this year for Mercedes-Benz Presents (Maticevski 2015 pictured).

The official schedule is available here.

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