To the MSFW (Melbourne fashion week) runway, graduate designer Bradin Younan-Sangar brought skin tight pieces that wrapped the body in a tough sensuality. Her stated brief was to evoke a soft strength in a woman; to ‘tribute’ the body. And do that she did, from a leather skirt with double slits to body suit pieces with black fabric slashed by design. Everything accentuated form; everything skimmed the body; yet Younan-Sangar’s pieces retained a sporty elegance.
For the full runway coverage of Bradin Younan at the RMIT graduate runway show, click on the thumbnails above.