Jayson Brunsdon, Kate Sylvester, Alice McCall & Nookie at RAFW 2010

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image White bows accented soft quirky pieces at Kate Sylvester

Sweet and quirky with soft flowing fabrics and high waisted designs were all the rage on the catwalks of Day Three of Rosemount Australian Fashion Week 2010. Kate Sylvester started the morning with a breath of fresh air, in a sweet offbeat narrative of boy meets girl, featuring bows, lace socks, and knee length skirts. Alice McCall carried on the loose sheer fabrics, with musical printed silk skirts. Nookie played with casual bright prints with long trained cardigans. While Jayson Brunsdon embraced 60s style minimalism, with bell skirts in peaches, silvers and whites.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jayson Brundon 

 

 

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Kate Sylvester

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Alice McCall

 

 

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Nookie

 

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