Candice Warner, Jodi Gordon and Phoebe Burgess lead celebrity arrivals at Australian Fashion Week

Australia fashion elite descended upon Carriageworks in Sydney on Monday as Afterpay Australian Fashion Week returned for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic. 

And while Fashion Week was created as a platform for designers to showcase their latest collections, it was the stylishly-clad celebrities who managed to steal the spotlight this year.  

Leading the celebrity arrivals was WAG Candice Warner, who showcased her fashion credtentials by sporting a sleek three-piece ensemble.  

Turning heads! Candice Warner, 36, led the celebrity arrivals at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week on Monday as she posed at Carriageworks in Sydney in a sleek, three-piece ensemble.

Turning heads! Candice Warner, 36, led the celebrity arrivals at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week on Monday as she posed at Carriageworks in Sydney in a sleek, three-piece ensemble.

Turning heads! Candice Warner, 36, led the celebrity arrivals at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week on Monday as she posed at Carriageworks in Sydney in a sleek, three-piece ensemble.

All eyes were on Candice as she posed up a storm in the all-black ensemble, which consisted of a strappy crop top, peg-leg trousers and a slimline blazer.  

Looking every inch the stylish socialite, Candice accessorised her look with a Bottega Veneta cross-body bag, gold earrings and a matching bangle. 

For makeup, the mother-of-three kept her look minimal with a dewy foundation, subtle blush and smokey eye shadow.  

Sultry: All eyes were on Candice as she posed up a storm in the all-black ensemble, which consisted of a strappy crop top, peg-leg trousers and a slimline blazer

Sultry: All eyes were on Candice as she posed up a storm in the all-black ensemble, which consisted of a strappy crop top, peg-leg trousers and a slimline blazer

Sultry: All eyes were on Candice as she posed up a storm in the all-black ensemble, which consisted of a strappy crop top, peg-leg trousers and a slimline blazer 

Dramatic: Candice ensured all eyes were on her as she dramatically tossed her hair and pouted for the cameras

Dramatic: Candice ensured all eyes were on her as she dramatically tossed her hair and pouted for the cameras

Dramatic: Candice ensured all eyes were on her as she dramatically tossed her hair and pouted for the cameras  

Also commanding attention was former Home and Away star Jodi Gordon, who  showed off her toned legs in a pair of $1400 stocking boots by Fendi and a navy trench coat. 

The brunette beauty amped up the sex factor by wearing nothing but underwear underneath her jacket. 

The 36-year-old toted a leather Hermes bag and had her hair up in a playful high ponytail. 

Thigh's the limit! Former Home and Away star Jodi Gordon, 36, put on a very stylish and sexy display as she arrived at Carriageworks

Thigh's the limit! Former Home and Away star Jodi Gordon, 36, put on a very stylish and sexy display as she arrived at Carriageworks

Thigh’s the limit! Former Home and Away star Jodi Gordon, 36, put on a very stylish and sexy display as she arrived at Carriageworks 

Line-free: The hairstyle also allowed Jodi to showcase her taut complexion, which appears completely line-free

Line-free: The hairstyle also allowed Jodi to showcase her taut complexion, which appears completely line-free

Line-free: The hairstyle also allowed Jodi to showcase her taut complexion, which appears completely line-free

Former WAG Phoebe Burgess, 32, also made a fashion statement as she arrived at Carriageworks in a brown leather trench coat and matching low-crotch leather trousers. 

The ex of former NRL star Sam Burgess added a pop of colour to the ensemble with bright green mesh Bottega Veneta shoes and a matching handbag.   

The mother-of-two wore her wavy, platinum blonde tresses loose and cascading for the high-profile outing.

Hell for leather! Former WAG Phoebe Burgess, 32, also made a fashion statement as she arrived at Carriageworks in a brown leather trench coat and matching low-crotch leather trousers

Hell for leather! Former WAG Phoebe Burgess, 32, also made a fashion statement as she arrived at Carriageworks in a brown leather trench coat and matching low-crotch leather trousers

Hell for leather! Former WAG Phoebe Burgess, 32, also made a fashion statement as she arrived at Carriageworks in a brown leather trench coat and matching low-crotch leather trousers

Green with envy: The ex of former NRL star Sam Burgess added a pop of colour to the ensemble with bright green mesh shoes and a matching handbag

Green with envy: The ex of former NRL star Sam Burgess added a pop of colour to the ensemble with bright green mesh shoes and a matching handbag

Green with envy: The ex of former NRL star Sam Burgess added a pop of colour to the ensemble with bright green mesh shoes and a matching handbag

Future's so bright! As well as her purse, Phoebe carried a bottle of water, her phone and a pair of tortoiseshell framed geometric shades which she slipped on for one of her photos

Future's so bright! As well as her purse, Phoebe carried a bottle of water, her phone and a pair of tortoiseshell framed geometric shades which she slipped on for one of her photos

Future’s so bright! As well as her purse, Phoebe carried a bottle of water, her phone and a pair of tortoiseshell framed geometric shades which she slipped on for one of her photos

As well as her purse, Phoebe carried a bottle of water, her phone and a pair of tortoiseshell framed geometric shades which she slipped on for one of her photos.  

Model Samantha Harris took a fashion risk by wearing a patterned high-low dress in yellow and orange. 

She accessorised her autumnal look with a muted pink Prada handbag and beige slip-on shoes.  

Trend-setting: Model Samantha Harris took a fashion risk by wearing a patterned high-low dress in yellow and orange

Trend-setting: Model Samantha Harris took a fashion risk by wearing a patterned high-low dress in yellow and orange

Trend-setting: Model Samantha Harris took a fashion risk by wearing a patterned high-low dress in yellow and orange

Chic: She accessorised her autumnal look with a muted pink Prada handbag and beige slip-on shoes

Chic: She accessorised her autumnal look with a muted pink Prada handbag and beige slip-on shoes

Chic: She accessorised her autumnal look with a muted pink Prada handbag and beige slip-on shoes

Jessica Gomes, 35, looked sensational as she descended upon the event in a pair of thigh-high leather boots worn with leather trousers underneath a chic black wool coat. 

The model finished off her trendy ensemble with a sleek crocodile skin bag and every fashionista’s best accessory – black shades.

The brunette beauty opted for a natural look for hair and makeup, wearing barely anything on her skin and her chocolate tresses out in natural glossy waves.

Think pink! The Bachelor's Anna Heinrich was spotted sitting front row at a fashion show wearing a neon pink dress with long sleeves

Think pink! The Bachelor's Anna Heinrich was spotted sitting front row at a fashion show wearing a neon pink dress with long sleeves

Think pink! The Bachelor’s Anna Heinrich was spotted sitting front row at a fashion show wearing a neon pink dress with long sleeves

The Bachelor’s Anna Heinrich was meanwhile spotted sitting front row at a fashion show wearing a satin frock in neon pink. 

Her statement-making gown featured a cocoon neck, blouson sleeves and a thick waist belt. 

The blonde lawyer swept her locks up into an I Dream Of Jeannie-inspired ponytail and slung a Louis Vuitton handbag over one shoulder. 

Going hell for leather! Jessica Gomes, 35, looked sensational as she descended upon the event in a pair of thigh-high leather boots worn with leather trousers underneath a chic black wool coat

Going hell for leather! Jessica Gomes, 35, looked sensational as she descended upon the event in a pair of thigh-high leather boots worn with leather trousers underneath a chic black wool coat

Going hell for leather! Jessica Gomes, 35, looked sensational as she descended upon the event in a pair of thigh-high leather boots worn with leather trousers underneath a chic black wool coat

Accessories, accessories! The model finished off her trendy ensemble with a sleek crocodile skin bag and every fashionista's best accessory - black shades

Accessories, accessories! The model finished off her trendy ensemble with a sleek crocodile skin bag and every fashionista's best accessory - black shades

Accessories, accessories! The model finished off her trendy ensemble with a sleek crocodile skin bag and every fashionista’s best accessory – black shades

Model Bambi Northwood-Blyth meanwhile paraded her slender legs in a camel-coloured mini dress with lace-up front detailing. 

The ex-wife of fashion designer Dan Single teamed the look with knee-high boots and a black clutch bag, and enhanced her striking facial structure with peachy blush, bronzer and light pink lipstick.  

Bambi is no stranger to Fashion Week – having walked the runway for a slew of high-end Australian designers over the years. 

Stepping out in style: Bambi Northwood-Blyth was among the celebrity attendees at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week at Sydney's Carriageworks on Monday

Stepping out in style: Bambi Northwood-Blyth was among the celebrity attendees at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week at Sydney's Carriageworks on Monday

Stepping out in style: Bambi Northwood-Blyth was among the celebrity attendees at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week at Sydney’s Carriageworks on Monday

Fashionista: She arrived at the industrial chic venue in a camel-coloured mini dress with lace-up front detailing, and accessorised her look with a black clutch

Fashionista: She arrived at the industrial chic venue in a camel-coloured mini dress with lace-up front detailing, and accessorised her look with a black clutch

Fashionista: She arrived at the industrial chic venue in a camel-coloured mini dress with lace-up front detailing, and accessorised her look with a black clutch

Puffball: Pregnant model Georgia Fowler, 28, meanwhile hit the runway for designer Jordan Dalah on Monday morning, sporting huge hair and an equally voluminous floral dress

Puffball: Pregnant model Georgia Fowler, 28, meanwhile hit the runway for designer Jordan Dalah on Monday morning, sporting huge hair and an equally voluminous floral dress

Puffball: Pregnant model Georgia Fowler, 28, meanwhile hit the runway for designer Jordan Dalah on Monday morning, sporting huge hair and an equally voluminous floral dress

Pregnant model Georgia Fowler, 28, meanwhile hit the runway for designer Jordan Dalah on Monday morning.  

The Kiwi brunette beauty sported huge hair as she modelled an equally voluminous floral dress.

Georgia’s chocolate locks were teased and combed back to achieve a high quiff. 

The expecting model also flaunted her pregnancy glow by wearing barely any makeup during the show.  

Unique: Elsewhere, socialite Christian Wilkins showed off his bulging biceps and ripped physique in a halter-neck grey top

Unique: Elsewhere, socialite Christian Wilkins showed off his bulging biceps and ripped physique in a halter-neck grey top

Unique: Elsewhere, socialite Christian Wilkins showed off his bulging biceps and ripped physique in a halter-neck grey top

Elsewhere, socialite Christian Wilkins showed off his bulging biceps and ripped physique in a halter-neck grey top. 

The son of Today Extra reporter Richard Wilins matched the skimpy top with voluminous Palomo Spain puffball skirt and matching trousers. 

The Pantene ambassador lapped up the attention, throwing his long blond locks around as he preened and posed for the cameras. 

Mr Muscles! Christian Wilkins showed off his incredible bulging biceps for the cameras

Mr Muscles! Christian Wilkins showed off his incredible bulging biceps for the cameras

Mr Muscles! Christian Wilkins showed off his incredible bulging biceps for the cameras 

Sylvia Jeffreys was also among the celebrity arrivals at Fashion Week on Monday. 

The Nine presenter, 35, posed for photos in a stylish red sweater, which she paired with black flared pants and a matching blazer draped over her shoulders.

She styled her glossy blonde hair straight and completed her effortlessly chic look with a pair of shiny black heels.  

Looking good! Sylvia Jeffrey, 35, posed for photos in a stylish red sweater, which she paired with black flared trousers and a matching blazer draped over her shoulders.

Looking good! Sylvia Jeffrey, 35, posed for photos in a stylish red sweater, which she paired with black flared trousers and a matching blazer draped over her shoulders.

Looking good! Sylvia Jeffrey, 35, posed for photos in a stylish red sweater, which she paired with black flared trousers and a matching blazer draped over her shoulders.

Bachelor reject Abbie Chatfield, 25, was meanwhile spotted backstage wearing a sophisticated structured shirt dress. 

She left the frock partially unbuttoned, exposing a generous glimpse of cleavage, and added height to her frame with nude strappy heels. 

For makeup, Abbie drew attention to her pout by wearing a slick of cherry-red lipstick, while accentuating her cheeks with pink-toned blush.  

Glamazon: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield showed off some cleavage in a white shirt dress

Glamazon: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield showed off some cleavage in a white shirt dress

Glamazon: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield showed off some cleavage in a white shirt dress 

Strike a pose! Abbie wore a slick of cherry red lipstick and accessorised her dress with statement gold earrings

Strike a pose! Abbie wore a slick of cherry red lipstick and accessorised her dress with statement gold earrings

Strike a pose! Abbie wore a slick of cherry red lipstick and accessorised her dress with statement gold earrings 

She finished the look with a pair of gold statement earrings that featured chain-link detailing.  

Fashion designer Camilla Franks also attended Fashion Week, making her first public appearance since undergoing ovary removal surgery earlier this month. 

The Celebrity Apprentice star, 44, stunned in a white tuxedo at the star-studded event, following the lifesaving operation. 

Out and about: Fashion designer Camilla Franks made her first official red carpet appearance on Monday after undergoing a heartbreaking and painful ovary removal surgery earlier this month

Out and about: Fashion designer Camilla Franks made her first official red carpet appearance on Monday after undergoing a heartbreaking and painful ovary removal surgery earlier this month

Out and about: Fashion designer Camilla Franks made her first official red carpet appearance on Monday after undergoing a heartbreaking and painful ovary removal surgery earlier this month

Camilla paired her show-stopping ensemble with an animal print blouse and strappy heels. 

Former foreign minister Julie Bishop also put on a stylish display as she attended the Jordan Dalah show on Monday morning.

The 64-year-old wowed in a navy blue ensemble consisting of a lace top with bell sleeves and a matching singlet top beneath.

The Minister for fashion is in! Julie Bishop looked chic in an embellished lace top with bell sleeves and matching flare trousers

The Minister for fashion is in! Julie Bishop looked chic in an embellished lace top with bell sleeves and matching flare trousers

The Minister for fashion is in! Julie Bishop looked chic in an embellished lace top with bell sleeves and matching flare trousers 

Glowing: The former Australian Foreign Affairs minister, 64, accessorised with a pair of shimmering earrings

Glowing: The former Australian Foreign Affairs minister, 64, accessorised with a pair of shimmering earrings

Glowing: The former Australian Foreign Affairs minister, 64, accessorised with a pair of shimmering earrings 

She teamed the look with flared trousers that accentuated her trim figure, a pair of heels that elevated her look and accessorised with a pair of shimmering earrings. 

Her blonde hair was styled in a low bun with a dramatic side parting, while her makeup featured a hint of peach blush, and a pop of red lipstick.  

At one stage, the former politician posed for a photo alongside Vogue Australia Editor Edwina McCann, dressed in a sleek all-black outfit, and fashion designer Camilla Franks. 

Fashionable friends: The former politician posed for a photo alongside Vogue Australia Editor Edwina McCann (centre), dressed in a sleek all-black outfit, and fashion designer Camilla Franks (right) in a white suit with a fierce animal print top

Fashionable friends: The former politician posed for a photo alongside Vogue Australia Editor Edwina McCann (centre), dressed in a sleek all-black outfit, and fashion designer Camilla Franks (right) in a white suit with a fierce animal print top

Fashionable friends: The former politician posed for a photo alongside Vogue Australia Editor Edwina McCann (centre), dressed in a sleek all-black outfit, and fashion designer Camilla Franks (right) in a white suit with a fierce animal print top

Former Miss Universe Australia Francesca Hung dared to stand out from the crowd in a puff-sleeved fuchsia frock with bow detailing. 

The E! Australia host added height to her statuesque frame with black strappy heels and styled her hair in a deep side parting. 

Influencer Nikki Phillips meanwhile wore a muted green pantsuit paired with a white  Balenciaga T-shirt and yellow heels.  

The blazer and trouser combo was in full force on Monday, with model Georgia Gibbs also sporting a khaki blazer and white flare trousers to the fashion event. 

Pop of pink! Former Miss Universe Australia Francesca Hung dared to stand out from the crowd in a puff-sleeved fuchsia frock with bow detailing

Pop of pink! Former Miss Universe Australia Francesca Hung dared to stand out from the crowd in a puff-sleeved fuchsia frock with bow detailing

Pop of pink! Former Miss Universe Australia Francesca Hung dared to stand out from the crowd in a puff-sleeved fuchsia frock with bow detailing

Making them green with envy! Influencer Nikki Phillips meanwhile wore a muted green pantsuit paired with a white Balenciaga T-shirt and yellow heels

Making them green with envy! Influencer Nikki Phillips meanwhile wore a muted green pantsuit paired with a white Balenciaga T-shirt and yellow heels

Making them green with envy! Influencer Nikki Phillips meanwhile wore a muted green pantsuit paired with a white Balenciaga T-shirt and yellow heels

Flare for fashion! The blazer and trouser combo was in full force on Monday, with model Georgia Gibbs also sporting a khaki blazer and white flare trousers to the fashion event

Flare for fashion! The blazer and trouser combo was in full force on Monday, with model Georgia Gibbs also sporting a khaki blazer and white flare trousers to the fashion event

Flare for fashion! The blazer and trouser combo was in full force on Monday, with model Georgia Gibbs also sporting a khaki blazer and white flare trousers to the fashion event

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