Entertainment Jasmine Stefanovic steps out in boots from her own label

10:51  03 june  2021
10:51  03 june  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Her shoes featured in the Anna Quan show at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week on Wednesday night.

And on Thursday, Mara & Mine co-founder Jasmine Stefanovic was her own best advertisement when she stepped out at the high-profile event in a pair of her label's Margot stitch boots.

The wife of Today host Karl Stefanovic looked suitably chic in a high-neck, off-white midi dress.

Over her shoulders, the 37-year-old slipped a camel-coloured coat and she clutched a Chloe purse in one hand.

Jasmine pulled back her blonde hair, drawing attention to her youthful visage and accessorised with ornate gold drop earrings.

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The glammed-up outing followed a low-key playdate with fellow mum and her husband's occasional Today co-star Sylvia Jeffries.

Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, Jasmine shared a Boomerang video of her one-year-old daughter Harper swinging happily alongside Jeffrey's one-year-old son Oscar.

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She captioned the adorable post of the playful cousins, 'Swinging into Wednesday' while also tagging the Channel 9 presenter - who is married to Karl's brother Peter Stefanovic.

After being cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Afterpay Australian Fashion Week, primarily based at Sydney's Carriageworks, is the first national fashion show to be held live anywhere in the world for more than a year.

Australian Fashion Week: Jasmine Stefanovic stuns in a flowing dress

  Australian Fashion Week: Jasmine Stefanovic stuns in a flowing dress She's no stranger to Australian Fashion Week, having walked the runway as a model before presenting her own designs as the co-founder of shoe label Mara & MineSo it was no surprise to see Jasmine Stefanovic among the celebrity guests at day one of this year's event, which was held at Carriageworks in Redfern, Sydney.

The five-day event coincides with the release of an EY report, from High Fashion to High Vis - detailing the economic contribution of Australia's fashion and textiles sector.

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According to the Australian Fashion Council, which commissioned it, it's the most comprehensive study of the fashion and textiles industry ever done in Australia.

It found the industry creates $7.2billion in export revenue for Australia, while the industry's economic impact represents upwards of 1.5 per cent of the national economy.

The study also found the industry employs almost half a million Australians, more than mining and utilities, with women making up 77 per cent of the workforce.

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