Spring Racing was over before we knew, yet, it left a mark on the Australian fashion scene for the following summer outfits that saturated our Instagram feeds, and for this year’s autumn/winter collections still to come.
Issuing their “best-dressed list”, Vogue noted Sarah Cate Macleod wearing our Oregon Blazer and the Nevada Pant at the Caulfield Cup, an ode to timeless pieces and the never ending crusade of influential pantsuits.
Paired with the offwhite cowboy-esque hat and block heel, this look was nothing short of nation-stopping, despite the race in the backdrop and the never-ending refills of Moët & Chandon.
Aside from the impeccable ensemble and the gorgeous ponytail braid that polished Sarah's look, our sweet tooth cravings were indulged with Sharon Johal at Guineas Day, sporting our Le Fontaine Peplum jacket & Asymmetric wrap skirt, all while Jessica Ridley publicised the honeycomb outfit on Weekend Sunrise.
There's a reason Sam Sparrow’s hit song Black and Gold was on the charts for as long as was. The colour combination, matched with bespoke bee accented Embroidery, unites spring with hints of Gatsby, and a whole lot of style to match.
Vogue featuring Sarah Cate Macleod wearing the Oregon Blazer and the Nevada Pant in the best-dressed list from Caulfield Cup 2019. Image credits: Katie Fergus
Sharon Johal wearing the Le Fontaine skirt & Lace Peplum jacket.
Shaynna Blaze (left) & Belinda Glynn, designer of OnceWas. Belinda is wearing our iconic Kipling lilac leather jacket.
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