Recap the David Jones and Myer Runway Styles Landing in Stores Now
If there is one thing that makes us excited about the arrival of Winter, it's that we can finally shop all the runway highlights from the David Jones and Myer Autumn Winter 2014 runway shows.
We get giddy over new collections any old time, but when it's an edit of Zimmermann, Sass and Bide, Lover, Bianca Spender, Camilla and Marc, Scanlan Theodore, Christopher Esber, and worn by flawless faces like Jessica Gomes, Jennifer Hawkins, Cheyenne Tozzi, and Montana Cox, you know we're going to swoon (and shop). And that's exactly what makes the David Jones and Myer shows so good.
On the Myer Winter runway, beanies with mesh veils accompanied Maticevski outfits, reminding us of quirky street style looks on bloggers like Susie Bubble at Fashion Week. Myer's Winter line-up is the type of collection that's destined for the wardrobes of working city girls who love a touch of drama. Sculptural hems, thigh splits and graphic colour blocking made Maticevski's moment on the Myer runway ring loud. Another Myer highlight for the season is Sass and Bide, with the brand's nonchalant, boho-luxe mood ringing true with navy polka dot pants, embellished jumpers, and printed scarves slung low around models' hips.
While Winter and bare-skin might not typically go hand-in-hand, David Jones' designers got creative with new ways to flash some flesh. Perhaps a hangover from Summer's midriff moment, the David Jones runway was packed with sneaky, sexy, clever ways of showing skin this season. While necklines crept higher (yes, we rounded up some trendy turtle necks), and sleeves grew longer, Carla Zampatti inserted sheer panels, Camilla and Marc designs featured back cut-outs, Collette Dinnigan did lace with sheer sleeves, and Scanlan Theodore added unexpected slices through dresses.
Keep scrolling to recap the runway styles available in stores at David Jones and Myer this season.