Australian Fashion Week
There was much to celebrate during Australian Fashion Week.
Showcasing of Indigenous Fashion and Design on the runways throughout the week was certainly a cause for celebration.
Denni Francisco founder and designer of the First Nations Fashion collective, Ngali made history as the first, First Nations Designer to host a stand alone show. Read about the Ngali history making runway collection here.
The presentation of the David Jones Indigenous Fashion Projects resort 2024 was another reason to celebrate. Featuring the following designers it confirms the vibrancy and talent of Indigenous fashion brands.
- Lazy Girl Lingerie
- for when you want to make a statement. This collection featured a gorgeous burgundy velvet cropped top and maxi skirt perfect for date night.
- makes men’s swimwear for the super fit.
- Gammin Threads
- makers of streetwear with a twist. The use of Indigenous iconography adding a cool urban feel to the women’s and menswear collections
- Ihraa Swim
- the collection of women’s swimwear and men’s casual fashion perfect for dudes on holiday spoke to the versatility of this brand.
- Kamara Australia
- presented stunning swimwear. The one piece and full body looks are must haves.
- miimi + jiinda
- the stylish pieces featured Indigenous patterns that ranged from the Autumn tones, apricots to beautiful pinks. Perfect luxe resort dressing.
On Day 5 of Australian Fashion Week Ikuntji Artists resort 2024 collection was shown. This fantastic collection includes refined suits, fun casual men and womenswear and dresses to make a statement in.
The vibrant prints were as eye catching as they were beautiful. Everybody can find something to wear and love from this collection.
Friday also featured one of the Next Gen recipients Llandra Swim. This swimwear designer is rightly lauded for their prints and design.
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