As guests arrived at the industrial Bay 25 at Sydney’s Carriageworks, they were greeted with the unmistakable scent of burning incense, alongside live drawing of kolams by an Indian family that covered the concrete floor.
Some girls walked the runway barefooted, adorned with ornate anklets, while others wore little crescents and stars on their ears. It was modern bohemian, done the Bec & Bridge way. A modern hippie, if you will.
No clichéd bell bottoms or flared sleeves. In its place, we saw silky bias-cut dresses and matching separates and perfect flirty party dresses (what the label is known for). Inspired by the Indian sun, there were warm earthy tones in metallic ombre shades. Soft pastels and classic black and white features in very sexy cut-out dresses.
Bec & Bridge resort collection arrives in October, November and December 2016.
In the meantime, shop Bec & Bridge current collection here.
So, if you haven’t already discovered this, British Vogue has started an online series peeking into the wardrobes of some of our favourite fashionistas.
The latest episode features our very own Miranda Kerr showing her enviable closet at her Los Angeles home, and it was quite an insight.
Aside from showing her shelves of amazing designer handbags (some in two colours!), shoes and racks and rack of gorgeous dresses, Miranda tells us about her favourite pieces, what she considers to be wardrobe essentials (a black leather jacket – to die for!) and perfect fitting jeans (that hugs the curve your bum). We couldn’t get past her collection of vintage Indian cotton dresses. Also noteworthy was Miranda’s response when asked what she would wear on a night out if she didn’t have a lot of time to get ready. Her response was a simple effortless slip dress.
Click below to watch the video in full (cue closet envy).
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