Now that Sydney is moving deeper and deeper into winter (well, as close as Sydney can get to any kind of winter) I am finding myself dreaming of tropical days away. Now matter how much I am relishing my crisp morning runs every weekend along the coast from Bondi to Coogee, I can't help looking at the latest o/s fashion spreads with the slightest pangs of envy. The upside to all of this? I can start planning my wardrobe for the warm weather, with inspiration coming from the latest spring/summer collections at Rosemount Australian Fashion Week. Despite my usual penchant for a monochromal palette or a mixture of neutrals and khakis (especially, the khakis) I will definitely be trying out some of the zingy combos I've spied at shows like Bianca Spender, Shakuhachi and Ginger & Smart. Number one on my hit list? Rusty, earthen orange and bright, bold blue. On second thought, maybe that's best left to the sunrise on my morning Bondi runs. That's the plus side of this kind of dressing being on the other side of winter - I've still got six months to warm up to the idea.
Daria Werbowy by Cass Bird for T Magazine Travel, summer 2011.
Natasha Poly for H&M, spring/summer 2011.
Erin Wasson by Alexi Lubomirski for Vogue Spain, June 2011.
Iselin, Daria, Natasha, Kasia and Ginta by Jean-Baptise Mondino for Elle France, May 2011.
Ashley Smith by Miles Aldrige for Vogue Italia, May 2011.
Natasha Poly, Chanel Cruise 2012.
Christine Centenera in Celine, RAFW.
Dion Lee, S/S 11, RAFW.
via: tFS, OhJamie, FGR.