The models paraded in completely see-through outfits on one of fashion week’s most daring shows, while a familiar face was completely unrecognizable.
After missing Fashion Week last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, designers and attendees are making up for it.
We saw Julie Bishop steal the show in a bodycon leopard print dress, fashionistas like Phoebe Burgess making an appearance as well as the tiniest bikini imaginable at the Michael Lo Sordo show.
But Australian Afterpay Fashion Week is far from over when it comes to delivering looks that push the envelope – with a local brand taking the sheer trend to the next level.
During Wednesday’s Beare Park show, the models paraded the runway in a series of see-through outfits.
One model wore an off-the-shoulder top that left little to the imagination, pairing it with baggy pants.
Another model wore an even bolder take on the trend, sporting a gold woven maxi dress with a completely sheer chain accent.
She wore a thong under the sheer dress, which was accessorized with a chunky gold chain necklace.
On the other end of the spectrum was Imogen Anthony, with the unrecognizable model – literally – in a head-to-toe bodysuit at the Daniel Avakian show.
The model, who was previously with radio host Kyle Sandilands, wore a blue patterned unitard by
The outfit included a balaclava-style blanket that completely obscured Anthony’s face, which she also paired with oversized black sunglasses.
Anthony didn’t let the outfit stop her from having a good time, with a video posted to her Instagram Story showing her slipping crisps under her face covering.
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The influencer is famous for her Fashion Week looks and even wore a sand bikini during her runway show for the Bondi Bathers show in 2014.
In 2017, Anthony wore a domineering style jewelry mask covered in rhinestones.
But despite his hopes of going incognito at this year’s event, Anthony said The daily telegraph people could still recognize her.
“I feel like I can’t surprise anyone anymore because everyone seemed to know it was me,” she said.