Australia's famous faces have gathered to sit front row at the biggest fashion event in Sydney, Australian Fashion.
Former Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop made sure all eyes were on her at the First Nations Fashion + Design (FNFD) show, showing up wearing a stunning leopard print dress.
Julie posed up a storm in Carriageworks in the skintight dress, which she accessorised with a pair of dangling earrings, black tights and black heels.
Earlier in the week, Julie was seen at the Ginger & Smart show, wearing a floral dress and a cream winter coat.
On Tuesday, former Biggest Loser trainer Michelle stunned in a plunging, navy frock at the Rebecca Vallance show, while designer Camilla cut a stylish figure in a white suit with a pop of leopard print.
Model-turned-Survivor castaway, David Genet, joined his Channel Nine co-stars, rocking black pants and a matching jacket with a printed shirt underneath.
Elsewhere, the likes of Phoebe Burgess, Jodi Anasta and Jessica Mauboy stepped out in the latest styles to attend shows by local labels Romance Was Born and Bassike.
Check out the best of celeb style at Fashion Week below.
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