A string of celebrities dazzled at a glamorous runway show hosted by Australian retailer David Jones on Wednesday night.
Model Natalie Roser “got dressed up” for the superstore’s Spring Summer fashion show, wearing a skin-tight black dress from Australian designer Effie Kats.
The $299 “Gia Mia Dress” is made from a “wet-look jersey” that clung to Natalie’s body, prompting a wave of comments on social media.
“Unsure if I was made for the dress or the dress was made for me…” the 32-year-old wrote on Instagram.
“Sizzling,” one user wrote in response, while another said: “Spectacular.”
“In both case dress is yours,” another added.
While one described Natalie as looking like “catwoman”.
Fashion designer Pip Edwards was also at the event, wearing a pair of white wide-leg pants with a backless black top and sparkly Prada heels.
The former girlfriend of cricket star Michael Clarke posed alongside her P.E Nation co-founder Claire Tregoning and the brand’s head of product Luke Morrell.
Pip later stopped for a snap with Julie Bishop, who was wearing a $3750 metallic jacquard long-sleeved mini dress designed by French luxury fashion house Balmain.
The 66-year-old politician turned fashion icon finished her look with a chic black clutch and matching heels at the runway show, her first public appearance since her break-up with longtime boyfriend David Panton last month.
Former Miss World Australia Erin Holland looked sensational in a “liquid gold” dress from luxury Italian fashion designer Fendi.
She teamed her outfit with a bag from the same brand and a pair of gold Tony Bianco heels.
The catwalk showcased an array of spring and summer fashion from the best of Australian and international designers.
Originally published as The best fashion looks from David Jones SS22 runway show
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