Pretty young things from all over Sydney brought (and bought) their A-Game steez to Vogue’s Fashion’s Night Out at Westfield Sydney on Thursday night in abundance. From the fash-savvy masses who so bravely fought their way through the crowds and so selflessly downed copious free champagne, we’ve curated a fine selection of sartorial street style hors d’oeuvres for your consumption and, because we’re never afraid of kicking on, we’d like to an extend another invitation for you to join us in playing the role of the discerning critic.
Aspiring Anna Piaggi’s take note: all we’re asking you to do is give us a hand in selecting the FNO attendee with the best street style game by naming your favourite look in the comments section at the bottom of the page. Ours and the people’s choice winner will score a $200 gift voucher courtesy of Westfield Sydney and bragging rights for the next 363 days of the year, or whenever the next FNO will be. With Westfield Sydney establishing itself as Sydney’s veritable retail epicentre of local and international designer goodness these days, you’d be hard pressed to find a better place to score a new wardrobe. Here they are:
Cameron Oats does stunned monochrome in Rick Owens sneakers, Human Potential pants, impressive sternum art and a Random singlet.
Double parking FNO freebies at Saxony, Julie Zhang sports a Nasty Gal top, J Brand pants, Country Road shoes and a Marc by Marc Jacobs bag.
Angelika Moiseeva epitomises trans-seasonal ease in a Zara skirt, Guess shoes and a Pierre Cardin bag.
Amelia Mitchell-Taverner wears JC shoes, Lee jeans, a fun Asks top, a Coach bag and a winning smile, also at Westfield Sydney.
Elyjah Fall does mid-Westfield brooding excellently in Cheap Monday jeans, a vintage vest and those resurgent classics, RM Williams. Very Lenny Kravitz at the MMS Model Search at Level 1 Urban, Westfield Sydney.
More is more for Ash Furnass in Vanishing Elephant shorts and a Neuw shirt.
Straight out of Vegas and at Moochi, Sam Casey wears H2T (head to toe) Topman and Zoo shoes.
William Michaels looks like a lost Gossip Girl extra in a plaid Kitsuné blazer, a Lacoste polo, Kris Van Assche x Eastpak bag and Grenson creeper brogues.
The radiant Tania Gacic looks super chic in a Lover top, vintage leather skirt, sky high Louboutins and a signature white Margiela bag.
Plaidtastic Peter Hill wears the hell out of some MJ Bale trousers and a dapper vintage ensemble.
Gianni Versace would be proud of Daniel Richards at Illariy, whose Ksubi jeans, H&M x Versace shirt and Chanel jacket make a strong statement in favour of maximalism.
A+ for effort goes to Liam Gray for his awesome Patrick Johnson three piece suit, classic RM Williams footwear and excellent facial hair.
Brodie Kaman gets his sports luxe on mid-durry in a Passport shirt, adidas shoes, Givenchy tights, Polo shorts and a fanny pack slung nonchalantly over the shoulder.
Holi Feweon’s PAM tights and shoes are awesome, and wisely opts for a minimal American Apparel t-shirt to balance things out. Always print responsibly.