Our Favourite Street Style Looks From Afterpay Australian Fashion Week 2021

Clean-cut and sophisticated Sydney style prevailed including relaxed tailoring, loads of beige and a smattering of hot hues and beachy prints


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BAMBI NORTHWOOD-BLYTH

The Australian model cuts a cool figure in an Anine Bing suit with knee-high boots and sunglasses while attending the Bondi Born show at the Passenger Terminal.

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NARAH BAPTISTA & CYNTHIA TAYLU

Models and personalities Narah and Cynthia make a stylish duo outside Carriageworks. Narah wears Dion Lee trousers and coat with Prada sunglasses and Cynthia wears a Cheryl Nesbitt look.

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CHARLEE FRASER

Top Australian model Charlee made an impact as an Australian Fashion Week ambassador wearing sustainable fashion throughout the week. Her aim was to spotlight ethical and sustainable brands, programs and practices within the fashion industry, hoping to influence and inspire people during the week to think about what they were wearing while enjoying fashion. Here she wears vintage jeans and boots from St Vinnies with an upcycled blazer and YSL bag.

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EDEN BRISTOWE

The New Zealand model now based in Australia keeps it chic in this Jonathan Simkhai leather jumpsuit, Saint Laurent sunglasses, YSL bag and Chanel shoes.

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MANAHOU MACKAY

She’s been embraced by the Sydney set and rightly so with her effervescent attitude and creative spirit. The New Zealand model wears a custom draped top she designed worn with a leather skirt and heels.

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ZOE TAPP

Zoe Tapp adds some colour to the occasion in a Saks Potts jacket, vintage suit, Suzanna Alexander bag and La Manson rings.

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JESSICA GOMES

The model represents NZ Black well in a Wynn Hamlyn coat with ubiquitous Bottega Veneta shoes and bag and Cartier watch.

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NATHAN MCGUIRE

Former Viva cover star Nathan is a leading light for representation in Australian Fashion, and on the first day of fashion week he keeps it smart in this three-piece Emporio Armani suit.

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JORDAN TURNER

One of our favourite street style faces from the week was book store owner and fashion lover Jordan, wearing a Nique jacket and trousers, Acne shoes, Jacquemus micro yellow bag and Aje bucket hat.

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SARAH ELLEN

Another key street style fashion influencer from the week, Sarah wears a Louis Vuitton net top, knit vest, bag and combat boots.

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MAXINE WYLDE

It was good to see some colour and whimsy in amongst the very sophisticated and monochromatic looks from the week. This Alice McCall cropped top and skirt, Dior bag and Paco Rabanne necklace was a joyful ensemble of note.

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ANA OCTARINA

We loved seeing this dramatic look. Ana wears a jacket by Anjilla Sadeqi, Dian Pelangi Studio scarf, Uniqlo top, Day and Night Official trousers with a vintage Chanel bag.

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SARA CROMPTON

The Australian influencer is typically polished and put together in a slick Christopher Esber white blazer and black wide trousers accessorised with a Rylan bag and bracelet.

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