In dimmed lighting, models were sent around an enormous, dark warehouse space where in which an old, wind-torn house was centred. Full of theatrics and even better fashion, the show featured a collection full of structured pieces and unanticipated detail.
Midriffs, slight cut outs and thigh slits highlighted the fact that Bianca knows what we want and need in our wardrobes. Unforeseen sexiness was entwined in each piece, with garments clinging perfectly to the body and falling low at the back.
Soft lilac was the key colour, thrown in among a mix of slim-fitting pant suits and a darker palette of sequins.
Images by: Lucas Dawson Photography.
This article was originally published in The Australia Times Fashion Magazine.