Take Over Australian Fashion Week

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New York, London, Paris, Milan are always on the most highlighted cities when it comes to fashion. Meanwhile, in Australia, fashion industry is growing as well as other major cities. There are several fashion brands from Australia that we can’t take our eyes off from them.


What if you could take over Australian Fashion Week? What would you do? What would you wear? The It Girl tried to take over Australian Fashion Week. Let our wildest dreams about fashion week running for a moment.

If We Could Take Over Australian Fashion Week…

So, fashion week, means a week wearing our most favorite and instagrammable outfits, and designers show their stunning collections–it could be your busiest week ever. But, what if you’re not the ones who attend the show, but you take in charge to run fashion week. How would it be? And where would it be?


For the venue, The It Girl would love to choose Sydney Opera House. It could be in front of the Opera House’s stairs, or inside. You might think we’re crazy, but we’re not! Sydney Opera House has been the landmark of Australia and has incredible views, so why not? It would be amazing.


FROW for Front Row. It’s really important for Fashion Week. People who are seated in front row usually the most influential people in fashion industry, like, editors, retail buyers, celebrities, and famous fashion bloggers. Front row need to be selected carefully, because we don’t want if there would be a feud between this and that, fighting about front rows.


The It Girl has selected few people for front seats. We think these people will give huge impact on the show.


Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper



Margaret Zhang of Shine By Three






Chiara Ferragni of Blonde Salad



Sara Donaldson of Harper and Harley



Leandra Medine of Man Repeller



If you take a look closely, those people are famous fashion bloggers right now. Bloggers are the most effective influencer, and for some cases, they make bigger splash with their reviews than celebrities who also sit in front row.


Less than 24 hours, fashion bloggers with total of millions followers will buzz about Fashion Week on their social media–from Instagram to Snapchat. See how effective they are?


Not only fashion bloggers will get the front row. The It Girl also selected few A-List celebrities for the front row. We choose celebrities who are actually come from Australia, like, Miranda Kerr and  Jessica Hart and also doll-faced Gemma Ward, are on our front row list.


Australian Fashion Week has become a place of such discovery and has so much energy. There are many australian labels rise into international market. And many of them are focusing on high-end fabrics and androgynous shapes. Here are some designers The It Girl wants to see on Australian Fashion Week.





Alex Perry












Dion Lee

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What To Wear On Fashion Week?

Forget about basics or essentials at Fashion Week. There’s no such ordinary thing in Fashion Week. People come to Fashion Week to show off limitless creativity through their clothes and hope to get a chance photographers will shoot you and next day your photos are all over the internet.


“What to wear?” is the most frequently asked question. The It Girl will give some inspirations on what to wear to Australian Fashion Week. This time, we found our favorite asymmetrical skirt on Farfetch, and trying to combine with three different looks.

Valentino ‘Camubutterfly’ jacket – 2. Carven asymmetric skirt – 3. CHLOÉ cross, fork and harlow charm bracelet – 4. Charlotte Olympia ‘Essential’ clutch – 5. Saint Laurent ‘Court Classic’ sneakers – 6. Linda Farrow Linda Farrow x Dries Van Noten ’82’ sunglasses


tig-take-over-australian-fashion-week-look-2Alessandra Rich embellished lace blouse – 2. Carven asymmetric skirt – 3. Tom Ford ‘Anoushka’ sunglasses – 4. Paul Andrew ‘Luxe’ boots – 5. Jimmy Choo ‘Margot’ clutch


tig-take-over-australian-fashion-week-look-3Jason Wu cropped notched collar jacket – 2. Carven asymmetric skirt – 3. Mugler eyelet detail cropped top – 4. Givenchy Mary Jane sandals – 5. Saint Laurent small ‘Monogram’ satchel – 6. Givenchy Victorian chandelier earrings



Winny Irmarooke

Co-Founder & Editor

Pratiwi Putri Anugerah

Co-Founder & Editor