As the 2017 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix ambassador, I knew Brooke’s race day styling needed to reflect the powerful woman she is. Starting the week on a glamorous note, Brooke’s Glamour on the Grid look was all about mixing textural elements in various golden hues.
For the Australian Grand Prix Ladies Lunch, we kept Brooke’s styling sleek and sophisticated, allowing these cool tones to really pop. The classic silhouette of this Dion Lee dress was the perfect canvas for a statement bag. A colour match made in heaven!
Turning heads at the launch of the Australian Grand Prix, Brooke wore this ethereal Rachel Gilbert jumpsuit with on-trend pleated detailing and contrasting Natalie Alamein earrings. I loved the effortless feel of this look and striking emerald tones, which complemented Brooke’s fair complexion.
For Day 3 we kept hair and makeup to a minimum, allowing this stunning Thurley dress to do all of the talking. With such a feminine silhouette, I loved how this piece was offset through tough leather accents and a gorgeous open back.
One trend I’m loving at the moment is corseted waists to accentuate the figure and add a point of interest to any outfit. Looking like a vision in red, this Cappellazzo Couture dress fit Brooke like a glove. Working with such a strong colour, I kept her accessories subtle and makeup soft and dreamy.
Finishing off the Grand Prix with a bang, Brooke stunned in an Arya the Label jumpsuit. Reminiscent of Studio 54, this look for me is the definition of power dressing. Sticking to an all monochrome colour palette, I brought this look into 2017 with subtle hints of mixed metals.
Photography: Indianna Roehrich& David Eagle