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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival Sydney Opens Tonight with Coco Rocha



Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival Sydney (MBFFSydney) opens tonight at Sydney’s historic Town Hall with the Ready-to-Wear Runway show. Guests attending the event will view a spectacular array of Spring/Summer 2015/2016 fashions on the runway from designers Bianca Spender, Christopher Esber, Dion Lee, Bec & Bridge, Camilla and Marc, Romance Was Born and by johnny.

The event will give ticketholders the chance to sit alongside an impressive front row of Australian A-listers, including international supermodel and Official Event Ambassador, Coco Rocha, as well as Lindy and Michael Klim, Amanda Shadforth of Oracle Fox, Samantha Harris, Johnny Schembri, Rachel Gilbert, Marc Freeman, Nikki Phillips, Heather Maltman, Tom Derickx.

Over 40 leading Australian designers will showcase their Spring/Sumer 2015/2016 collections on the MBFFSydney runway from September 24–26, 2015.

MBFFSydney will include shows from designers including: AJE, Akira, Alice McCALL, Bec & Bridge, Betty Tran, Bianca Spender, Bondi Bather, by johnny, Calibre, CAMILLA AND MARC, Carla Zampatti, Christopher Esber, CS EDIT x Kirrily Johnston, Daniel Avakian, Dion Lee, Dion Lee II, Dyspnea, Easton Pearson, Gail Sorronda, Galanni, Gary Bigeni, Ginger & Smart, Gwendolynne, House of Cannon, Ixiah, Jewels + Grace, Jayson Brunsdon, Jennifer Kate, Kate Sylvester, Karla, Spetic, Lee Mathews, macgraw, Manning Cartell, Michael Lo Sordo, One Fell Swoop, Phoenix Keating ,Rachel Gilbert, Romance Was Born, Serpent & The Swan, Steven Khalil, Stevie May, Strateas.Carlucci, Ten Pieces, We Are Handsome and Zhivago.

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