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Nadia Bartel dons striped playsuit at Fashion Week | Daily Mail Online

As a fashion blogger, stylist and Instagram sensation, she makes it her mission to follow the latest fashion trends. And AFL WAG Nadia Bartel, 31, looked as stylish as ever as she attended the Myer x Acler lunch at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia in Sydney on Tuesday.  The wife of sports star Jimmy Bartel was spotted posing up a storm in a sleepwear-inspired playsuit with off-shoulder draped detailing.   Nadia Bartel, 31, looked stylish as ever as she attended the Myer x Acler lunch at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia in Sydney on Tuesday Nadia completed her look with a pair of pointy-toed nude booties, adding length to her bronzed legs.  Smiling coyly at photographers, the brunette beauty sported a subtle makeup look consisting of bronze eye-shadow, nude lipgloss and peach-hued blush. The Melbourne socialite was one of several A-listers attending the exclusive fashion soiree, with the likes of Jennifer Hawkins and Rachael Finch also making an appearance. All smiles: Smiling coyly at onlookers, the brunette beauty sported a subtle makeup look consisting of bronze eye-shadow, nude lipgloss and peach-hued blush Former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins displayed her statuesque frame in a draped silk midi dress, which featured a racy thigh-high split and plunging neckline. Going braless for the occasion, the blonde catwalk queen completed her look with a pair of silk-covered thigh-high boots.  Leaving her flaxen hair to hang naturally by her shoulders, Jennifer completed her look with a swipe of bronze eye-shadow and a dab of apricot-coloured blush.   Silky smooth: Former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins displayed her statuesque frame in a draped silk midi dress, which featured a racy thigh-high split and plunging neckline Primped: Leaving her flaxen hair to hang naturally by her shoulders, Jennifer completed her look with a swipe of bronze eye-shadow and a dab of apricot-coloured blush Glam: Elsewhere at the event, model Rachael Finch was spotted posing up a storm in an Acler strapless black dress with unusual eyelet and pleat detailing Elsewhere at the event, model Rachael Finch was spotted posing up a storm in an Acler strapless black dress with unusual eyelet and pleat detailing. She swept her hair into a loose ponytail and accessorised her look with a Kenzo handbag and Tony Bianco stiletto pumps.  The women were also joined by Australian actress Emma Lung, who provided a glimpse of cleavage beneath her plunging white blouse and black jacket. The Wonderland star also gave her look a modern twist by slipping on a pair of gold platform shoes- a look also sported by model Steph Smith.  Fair-haired Steph ensured her gold footwear was focal point of her ensemble by wearing an all-black outfit and minimal accessories.

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Online shopping has just got its biggest validation with 24Sevres.com, a brand-new portal launched by fashion mega-company LVMH in collaboration with Parisian department store Le Bon Marché. Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) is a vast organisation that owns fashion houses including Louis Vuitton, Céline, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Dior and Loewe, as well as Le Bon Marché. Despite controlling such a large slice of the fashion industry, it has taken the interesting step (in partnering with the 165-year-old Le Bon Marché) of stocking brands that are, essentially, rivals, which can only be of benefit to customers. With more than 120 brands on offer, and an intimate focus on womenswear, 24Sèvres is a veritable shopper’s paradise. The site promises to offer "the finest selection of brands selected by Parisian experts", a lofty claim that is nonetheless justified after even a brief browse around 24Sevres.com. Big names such as Gucci, Christian Dior and Valentino, sit alongside smaller companies such as The Row, Maison Rabih Kayrouz and Yeezy. Some of the other brands available include: Alexander McQueen, Aesop, Anya Hindmarch, Balenciaga, Chloè, Emilio Pucci, Fendi, Givenchy, Isbael Marant, Jimmy Choo, Kenzo, Lanvin, Laura Mercier, Max Mara, Miu Miu, Nicholas Kirkwood, Prada, Roland Mouret, Salvatore Ferragamo, Stella McCartney, Tory Burch and Zespa. Ready-to-wear, accessories, beauty and fragrances, shoes and leather goods are all available, plus everything is curated using a combined know-how of one of Paris’s best-loved department stores and the business-savvy LVMH. The result is a start-up site that offers an impressive selection of all things luxury. Some of the items are exclusive to the site, such as specially recreated versions of Loewe’s Hammock Bag (Dh15,700); Beya loafers (Dh3,500) by Nicolas Kirkwood and Nix; and a bomber jacket (Dh9,900) designed by Marco di Vincenzo and Gio Pastori.

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