That’s All Folks.

Models are gone, catwalk’s in bits, punters have all but skittered back to the ‘burbs. Melbourne Fashion Week is done for another year. Got time for a last frocky blast? Voxfrock’s final review comes via two rookies from our marvellous crew, journalism student Anastasia McInerney and photographer Reannon Smith. Bon appetit, with love from the Voxfrockers.

Ice suspended roses to open the show Photo: Reannon Smith

Ice suspended roses to open the show Photo: Reannon Smith

Roses suspended in ice columns lined last night’s final catwalk, slowly melting into glistening pools like runway bygones. A dreamy mist swirled at the feet of front-rowers (and expertly diverted attention away from the increasing OH&S melting ice issue!).

Scanlan Theodore. Photo: Reannon Smith

Scanlan Theodore. Photo: Reannon Smith

Scanlan Theodore’s cool grey fur vest was styled with with a baby pink skirt, then cream dresses followed with reddened embroidery, keyhole necklines and knotted waists heightening their femininity.

Bianca Spender. Photo: Reannon Smith.

Bianca Spender. Photo: Reannon Smith.

Bianca Spender showed a lilac soft-tailored trench and matching pant followed by designs in white, emerald, cobalt and black.

Macgraw. Photo: Reannon Smith

Macgraw. Photo: Reannon Smith

Macgraw anchored frilly florals with lace-up boots and a modern remake of the ruffled poet shirt with thin black trims, tying things off with a silk headscarf.

Dion Lee. Photo: Reannon Smith

Dion Lee. Photo: Reannon Smith

Dion Lee’s models were swathed in navy velvet. The unlikely warmer weather companion was smoothly executed across a bomber, slip and wrap dress. When armoured with Dion Lee sunglasses, the result was equal parts inviting and standoffish; look but don’t touch.

Michael Lo Sordo (main picture, top) relocated the cutout to the hip bone. The collection was drama to the Nth degree, aided by a colour palette of black, crimson and mid-tone pink.

Romance Was Born. Photo: Reannon Smith

Romance Was Born. Photo: Reannon Smith

Romance Was Born finished the night off with its Aura Aurora collection; all rainbows, gems, spots and stars with fluffed galah headpieces proving Australiana will always play a part in Melbourne Fashion Week.