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Julie Bishop lets her hair down during another chic appearance at Australian Fashion Week 

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Julie Bishop lets her hair down as the former foreign minister makes another chic appearance at Australian Fashion Week

She turned heads on day one of Afterpay Australian Fashion Week on Monday.

And Julie Bishop dazzled yet again on Tuesday when she made a return to the event at Carriageworks in Redfern, Sydney.

The former foreign minister, 64, styled her blonde hair straight for the outing.

Turning heads: Julie Bishop, 64, dazzled on Tuesday when she returned to Australian Fashion Week at Carriageworks in Sydney. Pictured with Grace Forrest (L) and Sophia Forrest (R)

Turning heads: Julie Bishop, 64, dazzled on Tuesday when she returned to Australian Fashion Week at Carriageworks in Sydney. Pictured with Grace Forrest (L) and Sophia Forrest (R)

The ex-politician wore a patterned Ginger & Smart dress with a plunging neckline.

Ms Bishop slipped on a pair of Louboutin heels and added some sparkle with gold drop earrings.

She was joined by Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Association of Australia appointee Grace Forrest and actress Sophia Forrest.

Good hair day: The former foreign minister, 64, styled her blonde hair straight for the outing

Good hair day: The former foreign minister, 64, styled her blonde hair straight for the outing

Monday's ensemble: A day before, Julie wowed in a navy blue ensemble - a lace top with bell sleeves above a matching singlet top beneath

Monday’s ensemble: A day before, Julie wowed in a navy blue ensemble – a lace top with bell sleeves above a matching singlet top beneath

Julie retired from federal politics in 2019, and was the first woman to hold the role of deputy leader of the Liberal Party.

‘Her passion that she has always brought to her role, the dignity and grace that she has always demonstrated in every single role she has held,’ Prime Minister Scott Morrison told Parliament in February 2019.

‘She is an incredibly classy individual. Her successor will have big shoes to fill, and we know that Julie has the best shoes in Parliament.’

History: Julie retired from federal politics in 2019, and was the first woman to hold the role of deputy leader of the Liberal Party

History: Julie retired from federal politics in 2019, and was the first woman to hold the role of deputy leader of the Liberal Party

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