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Runway Rock: NYFW Welcomes Designers From Down Under

Stephanie Chan
A model on the Bec & Bridge spring 2016 runway.

Aussie labels Bec & Bridge, Sabo Luxe and Duskii Active showcased their latest duds in the Big Apple, along with a mix of cool tunes to accompany the runway show.

On Thursday morning, New York Fashion Week kicked off with Australia's 20 emerging designers presenting their spring 2016 collections.

Among the rising talents that presented were Duskii Active, Eder + Berk, Mauricio Alpizar, Sabo Luxe, Emma Mulholland X Mambo, Viktoria Novak, Belluccio, Emu Designs, Luom.o, Tatiana Light, Laguna Sydney, Hunt & Heart, and Bec & Bridge, with the latter counting Beyonce, Kendall Jenner and Keke Palmer among its growing Hollywood fan base.

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During the show, which was organized through Australian fashion agency Fashion Palette, each designer showcased looks that varied from sexy cut-out dresses (Bec & Bridge) to dramatic silhouettes with patterns for days (Mauricio Alpizar) to sheer beach-ready frocks (Laguna Sydney). Much like the diverse collections that appeared on the runway, the mix of tunes also reflected the various moods exuded from the clothes.

PRINTED PALETTE: A model on Mauricio Alpizar's spring 2016 runway.

From a Kygo remix of Ed Sheeran's "I See Fire" (that version isn't available on Spotify so the original one is included below) to Ellie Goulding's "Bittersweet," check out the sounds that played during the show. Enjoy, mate.

 

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