Sunday, September 25, 2016

Australian Fashion Week Day 2: Bella Hadid Paid $400k for Just One Show

Australian Fashion Week Day 2: Bella Hadid Paid $400k for Just One Show

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The Australian Fashion Week steamed ahead full throttle on day 2. While Ginger & Smart, Georgia Alice, and Albus Lumen showcased during the day, it was the Misha Collection and its face Bella Hadid that had everyone waiting for. After all, the model was paid a whopping $400,000 for the walk.

Bella Hadid walked the Sydney runway for a whopping $400,000. Hadid is the face of Misha Gold, states Daily Mail. Misha Gold is the brand’s newest resort wear line. The ever perfect Hadid wowed those in attendance with two different looks on the runway. She donned a strapless blush corset-style dress that was paired with a matching coat. Her next outfit was a black strapless lace dress and she coupled it with a pair of mules.

Hadid, who has been accused of bratty behaviour, was seen enjoying with other models such as Cheyenne Tozzi and Bambi Northwood-Blyth at the harbour after the show.

Others who showcased their collections on day 2 of the Australian Fashion Week included Zhivago and Rebecca Vallance. Huffington Post Australia states that the day started with Ginger & Smart’s line called “Voyager.” Their collection was marked by sheer, lace and cut-out frocks that were approved by MTV VJ and model Kate Peck, informs The Daily Telegraph.

Taste the rainbow: This is @gingerandsmart Resort '17. #MBFWA

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Backstage at @rebeccavallance: a sea of black and white. #MBFWA

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The beauty look at @_zhivago_? Bedazzled all over. #🔥 | #MBFWA

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“They are totally risqué but it depends on where you work, and what types of restaurants to go to,” said Peck. “I think you can make it work with cool jeans or cut-off shorts,” she added.

Then there was the Georgia Alice show which was dominated by black and white. The collection consisted of simple silhouettes, voluminous sleeves, cropped and off-shoulder tops. Albus Lumen’s Resort 16 range tried to bring European summer to Australia. Sydney’s Rebecca Vallance’s show was dominated by black, white and yellow. Zhivago went bold on the ramp. Models wore black, blue and a bunch of metallic shades and teamed them up with some sky high heels.

It was an overall busy day for day 2 of the Australian Fashion Week!