The hot new dress all our favourite Aussie celebs are wearing.

It’s either the best wardrobe share agreement of all time or a case of flawless similar tastes, but a Myer ambassador, My Kitchen Rules contestant, television presenter and racing heiress all have one thing in common outside of their good looks and killer pins.

And that’s their love of a particular dress from Australian label, Asilio.

The ‘Dark Tides‘ dress, which is currently on pre-order and retails at $370, is sure to be a fash pack hit in the coming months.

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"Love this stunning dress" wrote Zana. Source: Instagram.


Stepping out in the 1970s inspired black and white lace mini last night, Zana Pali looked effortless and excited ahead of the MKR finale in Melbourne, teaming the dress with some Valentino heels and her husband, Gianni Romano.

Channel 9 presenter, blogger, model and all-round glamazon Bec Judd is also a fan of the label, having Instagrammed a shot of her wearing the same dress while recently filming an upcoming episode of travel show, Postcards as well as other looks from the label's upcoming Floreale collection.

"Yes I'm wearing the same dress again!" the star wrote. "Can't get enough".

Judd in Asilio 'Dark Tides' dress (left) and Asilio 'Object of Desire' dress (right). Source: Instagram.

The 33-year-old, who recently announced she and husband Chris Judd are expecting twins later in the year, has long been a champion of Australian design.

Kate Waterhouse and Jen Hawkins are also fans of the dress, which is currently available for pre-order.

Taking to her blog to share her fashion find, Waterhouse said that the dress was a perfect match to her recent  "love affair with the ’70s trend", adding it was "a done deal" as soon as she spotted the dress.

Waterhouse shared her love of lace on her blog. Source: Instagram.

"I particularly love the drama of the bell sleeves and the intricate lace. I’ve topped it with skinny scarf for interest and have grounded the look with Proenza Schouler origami mules which provide a solid contrast to the floaty design of the dress," she wrote. "As always, I think you can’t go wrong with monochrome!" she added finally.

More broadly, the label's star is firmly on the rise. From being worn race-side in Sydney by Jodi Anasta to the streets of New York on Gigi Hadid, Asilio is a name we're definitely putting in the wardrobe memory bank.

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