Nadia Bartel looks chic in a $500 ensemble from her own Henne fashion line


Nadia Bartel looks chic in a $500 ensemble from her own Henne fashion line as she shops at a Mecca makeup store in Melbourne

Nadia Bartel was running some fashionable errands on Friday. 

The 37-year-old stepped out in Melbourne where she headed to a Mecca makeup store for a spot of shopping. 

The former WAG looked chic in a jacket and trousers combo from her own label, Henne. 

Nadia Bartel (pictured) was running some fashionable errands on Friday

Nadia Bartel (pictured) was running some fashionable errands on Friday

Nadia was wearing $239 black blazer, and a black coordinating set featuring a $159 knit top and pants valued at $149.

She added a pair of towering black heeled boots to the look and carried a purse slung over her arm. 

The brunette wore her caramel locks down around her face in beachy waves, while skipping the accessories but for a pair of dainty earrings. 

The 37-year-old stepped out in Melbourne where she headed to a Mecca makeup store for a spot of shopping

The 37-year-old stepped out in Melbourne where she headed to a Mecca makeup store for a spot of shopping

The former WAG looked chic in a jacket and trousers combo from her own label, Henne

The former WAG looked chic in a jacket and trousers combo from her own label, Henne

Nadia had on a warm makeup look with bronzed cheeks and a nude lipstick in a matte finish. 

It’s been a big year for Nadia as he fashion line goes from strength to strength.  

She debuted her label Henne at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney in May and celebrated the opening of its flagship Melbourne boutique on Wednesday. 

Nadia was wearing $239 black blazer, and a black coordinating set featuring a $159 knit top and pants valued at $149

Nadia was wearing $239 black blazer, and a black coordinating set featuring a $159 knit top and pants valued at $149

She added a pair of towering black heeled boots to the look and carried a purse slung over her arm

She added a pair of towering black heeled boots to the look and carried a purse slung over her arm

Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald on Sunday, Nadia said that while she ‘can’t change’ people’s opinions of her, she would love for people to see ‘how hard’ she works. 

‘Anyone can have their own perception of me, though I can tell you that most of the ones in the media are false,’ she said.

‘Over time I would love for people to see how hard I work, but I’m not going to tell them what to think.’

The brunette wore her caramel locks down around her face in beachy waves, while skipping the accessories but for a pair of dainty earrings

The brunette wore her caramel locks down around her face in beachy waves, while skipping the accessories but for a pair of dainty earrings

Nadia had on a warm makeup look with bronzed cheeks and a nude lipstick in a matte finish

Nadia had on a warm makeup look with bronzed cheeks and a nude lipstick in a matte finish

Nadia continued: ‘You can’t change other people’s opinions. Your friends and family know who you are.’ 

At her fashion week debut in May, Nadia looked chic in a black power suit and told the Herald Sun that it’s a ‘very proud moment’ for the brand.

‘When we launched Henne three years ago I always had hoped that one day we could show at AAFW,’ Nadia told the publication.

It's been a big year for Nadia as he fashion line goes from strength to strength

The designer tested out some products while browsing in the popular store 

It's been a big year for Nadia as he fashion line goes from strength to strength

It’s been a big year for Nadia as he fashion line goes from strength to strength

‘It is incredibly exciting and a very proud moment for us to be partnering with the festival to showcase a collection that is made for her, a collection that can be intermixed and worn anywhere, anytime.’ 

Henne has been a runaway success, with the word being Swedish for ‘her’.

The website lists its core values as a commitment to women’s voices, circularity, mindful consumption, working conditions, and environmental impact.

‘Each piece has been designed to be loved and worn for longer than just one season,’ the website reads.

She debuted her label Henne at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney in May and celebrated the opening of its flagship Melbourne boutique on Wednesday

She debuted her label Henne at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney in May and celebrated the opening of its flagship Melbourne boutique on Wednesday

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