With Fashion Week drawing to a close and Spring greeting us with longer sunshine hours, the Fashion Quarterly x Newmarket show (The FQ Edit) provided us with the ultimate Spring/Summer wardrobe goals over Fashion Weekend.
Offering up some of the current season’s most coveted pieces from Newmarket’s favourite designers, the FQ edit provided a look at the season’s trends.
We saw a range of iconic prints from Juliette Hogan, dramatic silks and beautiful suiting to get you work-ready for Spring. Kate Sylvester offered bohemian style maxi dresses along with 70’s styled suiting in bold tones – these looks were also styled with the current Mi Piaci collection.
Twenty-seven names current collection shows off the brand’s playfulness in it’s entirety, Moochi saw a distinctly sport-luxe moment – think 80’s aerobics gone resort. The Miss FQ show also put together a range of more playful, younger looks with pieces from Ruby, Sylvester, Lonely and Stolen Girlfriends Club.
These looks are all available in at their Newmarket stores.
Superette is always a highly anticipated show during Fashion Weekend – the consumer focused show presented their No Vacancy collection.
A collection inspired by road trips in Palm Springs, and jet setting to New York. No Vacancy shows off this season’s luxe, travel inspired favourites as well as limited edition collabs by Superette favourites – Ksubi, Bassike, P.E.Nation and many more! Superette offered a unique experience with the runway looks ready to be purchased straight after the show! The energy was undeniable with everyone vying to get in first for their pieces. Equipped with neon pink lights and a fully stocked bar, it was safe to say our credit cards got a workout!
Images via Superette.
View all the looks via Fashion Quarterly here.