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The Best Looks from the 30 Days of Fashion & Beauty 2014 Launch

Each year, our favourite mags unite to deliver a whole month of fashion and beauty love. Bauer Media (the media giant that owns glossies like Australian ELLE and Harper’s Bazaar, but not Vogue) and Priceline have teamed up yet again for 30 Days of Fashion & Beauty, launching the September festivities with a runway show at St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney on Thursday, August 28.

The country’s fashion elite were all there, including top models, leading magazine editors and celebrities like the event’s ambassador, Cheyenne Tozzi. Scroll through below to see our most stylish picks from the night.

Makeup artist and beauty blogger Rachael Brook wore an open-back, navy top by Dion Lee, an angelic white skirt by Aje and two-strap, chunky white heels by Tony Bianco. It was lucky Rachael looked so amazing because she had just been announced as Priceline’s beauty director for 30 Days of Fashion & Beauty when this pic was taken.

All eyes were on ambassador Cheyenne when she stepped out in this white jumpsuit by Max Mara. While we love the off-the-shoulder nature and how she pulled back her hair exposing her décolletage, we’re thinking that the piece could’ve been taken up just a little near the ankle. Shoes need publicity too, Cheyenne.

Model Lana Jeavons-Fellows embraced tough-feminine by mixing leathers and pink florals. The brunette babe sported a Nicholas floral print V-neck crop with a Jayson Brunsdon leather-look pencil skirt.

Fashion blogger Nadia Fairfax and [V] Music presenter Carissa Walford looked stylish and chummy as always on the pink carpet. Nadia wore a Viktoria + Woods top with long, silky pants, which saw her run into the same invisible-shoe problem as Cheyenne. Carissa rocked monochrome in an on-trend, grid T-shirt, Josh Goot midi skirt and Tony Bianco pointed-toe heels.