The real Bondi hipsters were brought to life on Thursday morning after Sydney’s Icebergs Dining Room and Bar was transformed into a seaside catwalk.
Models walking for clothing label Ten Pieces sauntered down the spectacular runway at the restaurant after Iceberg’s iconic 50-metre pool was drained empty in a weekly schedule for Australian Fashion Week.
Designers Maurice Terzini and Lucy Hinckfuss certainly stunned the crowd after unveiling their latest streetwear collection, with one model turning heads when she took to the catwalk with gaffa tape over her nipples.
Model with gaffe tape over her nippes wearing garments by Ten Pieces during their show at Bondi’s iconic Icebergs
The 50-metre pool was drained empty in a weekly schedule for Australian Fashion Week on Thursday morning
The real Bondi hipsters were brought to life on Thursday morning after the diner was transformed into a seaside catwalk (pictured from left: Model sporting a mullet haircut, model with gaffa tape and another wearing drop crotch track pants)
With winter fast approaching, the models appeared cosy in Ugg boots as they flaunted the new ten-pieces of knitwear that offer 10 options that are interchangeable.
Another model sporting a mullet haircut finished his look with trendy sunglasses while others wore black oversized sleeveless hoodies with baggy shorts and drop crotch track pants.
Inspired by suburban youth gangs in Australia in the 60s and 70s, the resort 18 collection has been styled with raw and ‘quintessentially Australian edge’.
Models pose on the runway during the Ten Pieces show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Resort 18 Collections at Icebergs
The young model certainly turned heads on Thursday morning after she hit the runway with gaffa tape over her nipples
Models for the Ten Pieces collection pose on the Balcony of Bondi Icebergs following a runway show at Fashion Week
The contemporary monochrome twin sets have been designed to offer the wearer a ‘simple yet elegant choice in casual dressing’, the brand says.
Releasing their fifth offer of wardrobe essentials, the range included a ten-piece Merino Wool jersey collection and knitted Cashwool collection.
And it isn’t the first time Ten Pieces drained the iconic pool for Fashion Week. In 2015, the pool was used as a spectacular catwalk for the ten-piece collection.