Watch: the best collections from Australian fashion week
See what designers down under came up with at Rosemount Australian Fashion Week, which ended May 6.
Alex Perry is the continent's most established designer of red carpet-worthy gowns.
See the finale of his show at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruwCvURAx3Y.
One of Australia's most fashion-forward labels, Zimmerman didn't disappoint this season, showing once more it has transcended its swimwear beginnings.
Talulah's collection was all about flowy fabrics and a soft, romantic feel.
Morrison presented an interesting juxtaposition between male and female style elements.
The cleanly cut minimalism in combination with surprising twists and feminine shapes could make of Arnsdorf an Australian version of Calvin Klein.
Lover's unique cuts and elegant appeal have turned the label into an international favorite.
Beautiful material mixes and new shapes came courtesy of Ellery.
Dion Lee's creations were almost overshadowed by the show's location at the Sydney Opera House, but the designer's futuristic outfits were able to stand on their own in the end.
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