Christian Wilkins rocks his wildest look yet and slips on a peplum floral dress emblazoned with the word ‘God’ while Jaimee Belle Kennedy looks like a living Barbie Doll as stars wear striking outfits to Oaks Day
Christian Wilkins and ‘Australia’s most stylish woman’ Jaimee Belle Kennedy turned heads as they arrived at Oaks Day on Thursday.
The duo rocked two very striking looks in The Birdcage at Flemington Racecourse, with the son of TV star Richard Wilkins turning heads in a floral peplum dress with the word ‘God’ emblazoned across the front, and Kennedy going full Barbie-core in a neon pink frock.
Christian, 27, added more drama to his look with some platform leather boots and a Matador-inspired hat.
Christian Wilkins rocked his wildest look yet at Oaks Day on Thursday.
Meanwhile Kennedy simply stunned in a hot pink frock with dramatic puff sleeves.
The 29-year-old creative advisor at fine jewellers Kennedy Luxury Group looked like a living doll in the dress, which accentuated her cleavage and slender physique.
The neon hue didn’t stop short with her outfit, with the blonde bombshell accessorising with a bright pink bag, shoes and headband.
He teamed the frock with some platform leather boots and a Matador-inspired hat
The son of TV star Richard Wilkins strutted through The Birdcage with his hand in the pockets of his frock
AFL WAG Tayla Damir went for something more simplistic, showing off her slender figure in an emerald ruched dress.
Traditionally Oaks Day is all about colour, especially pastels and florals, and the former Love Island star closely followed the code by pairing her outfit with a pale pink hat and matching handbag.
The brunette beauty strutted around The Birdcage in nude strappy heels and kept warm from the chilly Melbourne weather by slipping a chic brown coat over her outfit.
After embracing her curls at Melbourne Cup and Derby Day, this time Tayla wore her dark locks in a smooth straight style and she wore hints of pink makeup.
Jaimee Belle Kennedy opted for the popular Barbie-core trend, wearing a striking hot pink frock with dramatic puff sleeves
The 29-year-old creative advisor at fine jewellers Kennedy Luxury Group looked like a living doll in the dress, which accentuated her cleavage and slender physique
Racing heiress Kate Waterhouse showed off her slender legs in a tiny houndstooth mini skirt and matching jacket.
She accessorised with a standout Bvlgari Serpenti handbag, gold heels and a black wide-brimmed hat.
The socialite and social media influencer wore her blonde locks out and tucked her hair behind her ears to reveal some large diamond stud earrings.
Meanwhile AFL WAG Tayla Damir turned heads as she showed off her slender figure in an emerald ruched dress
The newlywed WAG kept warm under a chic brown coat and strutted around The Birdcage in nude strappy heels
The newlywed beauty beamed as she arrived for the festivities
Kate Waterhouse showed off slender legs in houndstooth mini skirt and matching jacket
Christian, who is ambassador for Victoria Racing Club, recently praised the VRC for taking a step in the right direction by allowing guests to drop strict gender-bound rules and ‘express themselves’ how they want.
Speaking to news.com.au he said that he identifies as male, but sees all gender as ‘non-binary’.
‘I feel like [the cup carnival] was so guided by these very strict, gender-bound rules and to break that open and just allow people to express themselves how they want to be, that’s such a key ethos that I live my life by,’ he told the outlet.
Kate clutched a bejewelled gold Serpenti Bvlgari handbag
Model Demi Brereton opted for a very elegant pale blue shift midi dress with twist detailing at the shoulder and a white wide-brimmed hat and matching gloves