Shown at the Sydney Opera House, the colourful collection was part psychedelic with symmetrical ink blot prints and part futuristic Greco-Roman goddess with slicked back, plaster-painted tresses. It could even be considered part jock with its racerback details.
Implications - The models had bright complexions and looked like they weren't wearing any makeup at all. The Dion Lee Spring/Summer 2010/11 collection is the perfect mix of clothing that can go from day to night in a snap. The collection holds items that are wearable for both work and play.