Mannequin Imogen Anthony made a fierce entry into Mercedes Benz Australian Fashion Week at Sydney's Opera House Sunday night by staging a guerrilla catwalk of her personal.
The younger Australian mannequin hosted her personal flash vogue present throughout the opening occasion for Fashion Week which showcased work by Sydney designer Dion Lee.
Ms Anthony and her myriad of trendy associates paraded on the steps of the Opera House, showing to come across a run-in with safety and police on Sunday.
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Ms Anthony, 26, (pictured) precipitated a stir throughout what was a the begin of the Mercedes Benz Australian Fashion Week
The mannequin swanned into the busy Fashion Week proceedings with a weird entourage of her personal
Sporting an extended white fake fur scarf the mannequin appeared to have an argument with an Opera House safety guard (pictured)
Photos present the blonde bombshell as she steals the present carrying an all-black ensemble which highlighted her svelte mannequin determine.
The associate of radio shock jock Kyle Sandilands was seen carrying a sheer black lengthy sleeve high with a black brassiere exhibiting beneath and wore studded boots.
The 26-year-outdated additionally wore an extended white fake fur scarf with the phrases 'PSEUDO' messily emblazoned on it twice with black ink.
Her platinum blonde hair was smoothed again in a moist-look type and her crimson lipstick was bizarrely smeared as she confidently marched alongside her oddly dressed entourage.
As the troop of fashions approached the steps of the Opera House they had been joined by police and safety officers who stored an in depth eye on the spectacle.
Sylvia dazzled in her LBD with a leather-based jacket artfully draped throughout her shoulders with strappy black ribbon heels.
Sylvia performed it protected with slightly black gown and strappy heels as different celeb friends wore daring ensembles
Mannequin Lindy Klim wore a head-turning eggshell trench-coat gown as she posed with a male visitor
Star attendees of the coveted Fashion Week catwalk included 9 new presenter Sylvia Jeffreys and mannequin Lindy Klim.
Sylvia dazzled in slightly black gown with a leather-based jacket artfully draped throughout her shoulders with strappy black ribbon heels.
The celeb journalist performed it protected at the vogue occasion together with her blonde tresses tied right into a messy low bun.
Mannequin-turned-artistic director Lindy donned a weird trench-coat gown which hung off her shoulders, paired with sock excessive-heeled boats.
Her hair was additionally scraped again into a decent low bun which drew much more consideration to her daring gown selection.
She posed for the digicam carrying a sheer black high and skimpy underwear paired with studded boots
Imogen Anthony (centre) is confronted by safety after parading round the forecourt of the Sydney Opera House on Sunday afternoon
In the weird guerrilla vogue present the 26-year-outdated took over the Opera House throughout the vogue week occasion
Police and safety stored an in depth eye on Anthony's antics from the steps of the Opera House
The mannequin seems to argue with a guard as she strutted her stuff at the foot of the iconic Sydney landmark.
Cops - who had been patrolling the occasion - didn't cease Ms Anthony or her fierce entourage however warily watched on.
Ms Anthony's guerrilla catwalk did little to disrupt the vogue spectacle which passed off overlooking Sydney harbour, as fashions donning Dion Lee designs sashayed throughout the makeshift catwalk at the Opera House.
The 22nd annual Fashion Week Australia will proceed at Carriageworks and round Sydney till Thursday.
Ms Anthony and a fellow mannequin held the scarf which had the phrase 'PSEUDO' painted on it in black ink
Sylvia Jeffreys (left) dazzled in an all-black ensemble whereas Lindy Klim (proper) went for a daring look with a trench-coat type gown
Imogen Anthony (centre) was seen carrying completely different outfits all through the afternoon
Anthony was accompanied by a myriad of trendy associates on the steps of the Opera House
Anthony had a banner slung over her proper shoulder as she walked the Opera House steps