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Celebrities step out in covetable street style looks at Australian Fashion Week

Making a return to the fashion calendar after pandemic disruptions forced the cancellation of last year’s event, Sydney’s Afterpay Australian Fashion Week kicked off on Monday with a flurry of stylish attendees flocking to the shows.

While bold, joyous colour was predominant on the runways as brands showed their Resort 2022 collections, guests attending the shows favoured soft neutral shades paired with black staples and the odd pop of pattern and brights.

The stylish media, celebrities and creators were snapped outside the Carriageworks, Sydney venue.

Erin Holland wearing Nicola Fenetti dress, Coach bag and Alias Mae shoes and Nikki Phillips wearing Dior sunglasses, Prada bag and Aje shoes and jumper.

Helen Chik wearing top and pants from IXIAH, Stand Studio coat, IRO sneakers, Mimco earrings, Maison de Sabre bag and Ray-Ban sunglasses.

Sarah Ellen wearing Louis Vuitton net top, knit vest, bag and combat boots.

Maxine Wylde wearing Bottega Veneta shoes, Alice McCall top and skirt, Dior bag, and Paco Rabanne gold necklace.

Montana Cox wearing blazer, Balmain bag and Fendi shoes.

Bambi Northwood-Blyth wearing an Anine Bing suit.

Jessica Gomes wearing Wynn Hamlyn black coat, Bottega Veneta shoes and bag and Cartier watch.

Fleur Egan wearing Ferragamo blue cardigan.

Jodi Anasta wearing Bally trench, Fendi bag and shoes.

Nikki Phillips wearing Balenciaga t-shirt, ASOS suit and Bottega Veneta bag.

Ana Octarina wearing a jacket by Anjilla Sadeqi, Dian Pelangi Studio scarf, Uniqlo top, Day and Night pants and Chanel bag.

Anna Heinrich wearing Rebecca Vallance dress and Louis Vuitton bag.

Roberta Pecoraro wearing a Maggie Marilyn suit.

Nadia Fairfax wearing Paris Georgia top and pants, Bottega Veneta bag and Banbe sunglasses.

Eden Bristowe wearing Jonathan Simkahi, a YSL Bag and sunglasses with Chanel shoes.

Manahou Mackay wearing wrapped cropped top and black leather maxi skirt.

Sara Crampton wearing Christopher Esber blazer and pants and Rylan bag and bracelet.

Maxine Wylde wearing Blanca Studio shirt, Frankie Shop vest, Onarins pants, Gucci shoes and sunglasses and Balenciaga bag.

Billie Eilish and Alessandro Michele added to Vogue’s Forces of Fashion line-up

Billie Eilish and Alessandro Michele have been added to the line-up for Vogue’s annual Forces of Fashion summit.

The award-winning singer, who is a muse for Gucci, and the Italian fashion house’s visionary creative director Alessandro, will both speak at the upcoming conference, which will take place virtually this year.

Vogue revealed Billie and Alessandro will appear alongside Vogue.com editor Chioma Nnadi to discuss “fashion, music and more” at the summit, which will be held on 7 and 8 July.

Alessandro has dressed Billie for a series of high-profile appearances, including the Grammy Awards earlier this year, and fans are looking forward to an insight into their working relationship.

Billie has developed a reputation for her individual sense of style since breaking into the music industry and has been chosen to co-chair the iconic Met Gala for the hotly-anticipated American fashion-themed event this year, which is taking place in September rather than its usual May date.

The annual Forces of Fashion conference already has a star-studded line-up of speakers, with designers John Galliano and Marc Jacobs, plus legendary make-up artist Pat McGrath and stylist Zerina Akers, who is best known for her work with Beyonce, all confirmed to take part.

Vogue has also teased even more high-profile names will be added to the summit in the next few weeks.

Fashion fans can snap up tickets for the event at vogueforcesoffashion.com.

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