Day 3 of Mercedes-Benz Australian Fashion Week was full of femininity, colour and print. First up, Alice McCall showed whimsical mirrored prints paired with cut-outs and asymmetry, whereas Bec & Bridge favoured a more pastel floral palette and, finally, Oroton showed Art-Deco inspired textures and prints. All in all, however, it was all about a strong, powerful woman who was still very much a woman; none of those stark, masculine, minimal pantsuits here! Australian fashion is all about fun and femininity. After three stellar days here so far, we are so looking forward to the shows today to find out what else these Aussies will have us wearing next season.