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New York’s MADE Fashion Week headed down under for its first ever Australian event in Sydney last weekend, and we went along see what some of the city’s most stylish got up to.

The jam-packed event ran from Friday evening until Sunday night and featured a heap of DJ sets, live performances and skate sessions, alongside a full fashion show from Parisian label Faith Connexion. Of course, there was also a healthy dose of pop-up shops from the likes of 69, Daisy, Emma Mullholland, MISBHV, Soulland and more.

MADE, whose street-focused shows Stateside helped launch the careers of Alexander Wang and Moschino’s Creative Director Jeremy Scott, hope that Australian street style, already thriving within the country’s skate and surf culture, will now expand into more luxury territory. Check out the pics above.

Meanwhile, American Apparel has been bought by Gildan, the company that made Kanye’s “Pablo” merch.

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