Meet the Designers: Fashion Palette New York Part II

As we prepare to head to the world’s fashion capital to direct makeup looks for Fashion Palette New York, we’re taking the time to get to know the fabulous designers poised to showcase at the September 12 event!

Keep posted to our social media channels to see the beauty looks Alison devises for Fashion Palette live from the big apple!

Haus of Song

“Quality is luxury, attitude is style” is the motto that underpins Australian fashion label Haus of Song. Combining luxurious fabrics with ethical and sustainable design practices, this sophisticated brand delivers season after season of timeless pieces inspired by music and travel. Created by Ianna Sunwu, who launched the label in 2015, Haus of Song champions beautiful apparel and quality craftsmanship.

Ashlee Lauren

Offering bespoke bridal headpieces and eye-catching headwear for the spring racing season, Ashlee Lauren creations add drama to any outfit. What started as a humble Etsy store in 2012 has grown into an international brand for the eponymous designer who has since won three Australian Bridal Industry Academy awards. Best known for her intricate beaded crowns created over countless hours, this up-and-coming designer is certainly one to watch!

MB the Label

Women who favour figure hugging frocks in on-trend neutral tones won’t be able to resist the newest range by MB the Label. Australia’s queens of body con creations, MB the Label’s designers, sisters Veronica and Gabrielle Bionid, are experts when it comes to flattering the female form. Three years since they went into business together, this sibling duo continues to turn heads with their must-have designs!

Flare Street

On a mission to spread flare-love across the globe, Flare Street’s Nik Shimmin is obsessed with all things 1970s. From her studio in Brunswick, Nik creates flares in every pattern and colour imaginable, plus halter tops, mini skirts and shift dresses that wouldn’t be out of place at a roller disco. Passionate about sustainability, Flare Street designs are made with locally sourced fabrics and factory ends to help in the war against waste.

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