Ab-flashing Nadia Bartel embraces mystery male pal while celebrating her Fashion Week debut

Nadia Bartel, turned fashion designer at WAG, launched her clothing brand Henne during Australian Fashion Week Afterpay in Sydney on Friday.

And soon after, the 37-year-old looked ready to let go when she arrived at a trendy Bondi bar in Sydney with a group of pals.

The mother-of-two spotted her toned abs in a racy white crop top and matching pants as she kissed a mysterious male friend outside the venue.

Who is this guy? Nadia Bartel, 37, spotted her toned abs in a cropped white top and slacks as she kissed a mystery friend at Bondi in Sydney on Friday, shortly after her Australian Fashion Week debut.

Nadia kept the all-white theme, adding a pair of pointy-toe pumps and a $3,000 Bottega Veneta mini handbag to the look.

Her caramel hair was styled in perfect loose waves and her makeup was sleek, drawing attention to her radiant, natural beauty.

Nadia appeared in high spirits as she indulged in banter with her friends, no doubt eager to celebrate her Australian Fashion Week debut.

In good spirits: The entrepreneur warmly embraced his pal outside the trendy beach place, Rocker

Company: The entrepreneur warmly embraced his pal outside the trendy beach venue, Rocker

In good spirits: The entrepreneur warmly embraced his pal outside the trendy beach place, Rocker

Coordinated style: Nadia kept the all-white theme, adding a pair of pointy-toe pumps and a $3,000 Bottega Veneta mini handbag to the look

Coordinated style: Nadia kept the all-white theme, adding a pair of pointy-toe pumps and a $3,000 Bottega Veneta mini handbag to the look

Picture perfect: She looked amazing in the chic outfit which showed off her enviable figure perfectly

Picture perfect: She looked amazing in the chic outfit which showed off her enviable figure perfectly

The ex-wife of retired AFL star Jimmy Bartel looked amazing at his Henne show earlier on Friday, as she posed in one of the brand’s chic black suits.

Co-founder Nadia told the Herald Sun it was a “very proud moment” for the brand.

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

Braided to perfection: Nadia's caramel locks have been styled in perfect loose waves

Beautiful: Nadia's makeup was elegant, drawing attention to her radiant and natural beauty

Glamour: Nadia’s caramel tresses were styled in perfect loose waves, and her makeup was sleek, drawing attention to her radiant, natural beauty

Keeping busy: The mother-of-two made a very glamorous arrival at Rocker shortly after launching her Henne clothing line at Australian Fashion Week on Friday night

Keeping busy: The mother-of-two made a very glamorous arrival at Rocker shortly after launching her Henne clothing line at Australian Fashion Week on Friday night

Dream come true: Henne co-founder Nadia told the Herald Sun on Friday that it was a

Dream come true: Henne co-founder Nadia told the Herald Sun on Friday that it was a “very proud moment” for the brand to have launched at Australian Fashion Week

“It’s incredibly exciting and a very proud moment for us to partner with the festival to present a collection that’s made for her, a collection that can be mixed and worn anywhere, anytime.”

Nadia’s brand continues to go from strength to strength after launching just three years ago.

Henne was a smash hit, the word being Swedish for “she”.

Over the moon:

Over the moon: “It’s incredibly exciting and a very proud moment for us to partner with the festival to present a collection that’s made for her, a collection that can be mixed and worn anywhere, anytime” , she told the publication.

Success story: Nadia's brand continues to go from strength to strength after launching just three years ago.  Henne was a runaway success with the Swedish word for 'her'

Success story: Nadia’s brand continues to go from strength to strength after launching just three years ago. Henne was a runaway success with the Swedish word for ‘her’

What it stands for: The website lists its core values ​​as a commitment to women's voice, circularity, conscious consumption, working conditions and environmental impact.

What it stands for: The website lists its core values ​​as a commitment to women’s voice, circularity, conscious consumption, working conditions and environmental impact. “Each piece was designed to be loved and worn for more than one season,” the website says.

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

“Each piece was designed to be loved and worn for more than one season,” the website says.

Nadia went on to put her infamous white powder sniffing scandal behind her.

Last year she was filmed sniffing a line on a cheap K-mart plate during one of Melbourne’s six Covid lockdowns.

Business chic: The ex-wife of retired AFL star Jimmy Bartel looked amazing at his Henne show on Friday, as she posed in one of the brand's chic black suits (pictured )

Business chic: The ex-wife of retired AFL star Jimmy Bartel looked amazing at his Henne show on Friday, as she posed in one of the brand’s chic black suits (pictured )

Damning footage of the rally was mistakenly posted online by her friend and business partner Ellie Pearson.

Nadia posted an apology on Instagram just 24 hours after the video was leaked.

“Hi everyone, I let you all down by my actions,” she wrote.

“I take full responsibility and pledge to take all necessary steps to ensure I make better choices in [the] future.

Nadia and three other women were each fined $5,452 for breaking lockdown rules.

Bounce Back: Nadia continued to put her infamous white powder sniffing scandal behind her.  Last year she was filmed sniffing a line on a cheap K-mart plate during one of Melbourne's six Covid lockdowns

Bounce Back: Nadia continued to put her infamous white powder sniffing scandal behind her. Last year she was filmed sniffing a line on a cheap K-mart plate during one of Melbourne’s six Covid lockdowns

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