Sylvia Jeffreys looks sensational in a red sweater and chic black blazer at Fashion Week… less than two months after welcoming her second son
Sylvia Jeffreys was among the celebrity arrivals on day one of Australian Fashion Week at Sydney’s Carriageworks 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 Jeffreys was among the celebrity arrivals on day one of Australian Fashion Week at Sydney’s Carriageworks on Monday
The Today Extra presenter is currently on maternity leave after announcing the birth of her second son, Henry, on April 7.
Sylvia and her husband of four years, Sky News anchor Peter Stefanovic, are also parents to a 15-month-old son named Oscar.
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.
Ready for her close-up: The Nine presenter, 35, wore a stylish red sweater blazer and draped a black blazer with chunky star buttons over her shoulders
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.
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.
Hot mama: She styled her glossy blonde hair straight and opted for a glamorous makeup look
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.
AFC CEO Leila Naja Hibri said the report highlighted the economic strength of the fashion industry.
‘This ground-breaking report highlights the true economic clout of our dynamic and diverse industry,’ she said.
Nesting: The Today Extra presenter is currently on maternity leave after announcing the birth of her second son, Henry, on April 7
‘Until now, the comprehensive value of the industry’s economic contribution – and its predominantly female workforce – has not been fully recognised.
‘Now we can better understand the impact of this sector’s significant role in Australia’s creative economy, and the substantial potential of its future,.’
The research coincides with Australia Fashion Week, which will showcase more than 70 established and emerging Australian designers and include a tribute on Monday to industry pioneer Carla Zampatti, who died last month.
Family: Sylvia and her husband of four years, Sky News anchor Peter Stefanovic, are also parents to a 15-month-old son named Oscar
It will be the largest fashion week since 2015 and feature Australia’s leading and emerging designers as well as the collections of eight Indigenous fashion designers on Wednesday.
The week will have a renewed focus on sustainability and it’s also the first time in its 25 year history that the public has been invited to attend, with 41 runway shows, workshops, panel talks, masterclasses as well as live podcasts.
Romance Was Born features its designs at Carriageworks on Monday night with the final show on Friday night.