Featuring the likes of the gorgeous ‘faces of Undress Brisbane’ (pictured above), Predress was attended by fashionable people who sipped delicious cocktails, saw sustainable fashion on the runway, browsed designer stalls and were treated to live music!
BNE Style wrote about Undress Brisbane’s mission to promote sustainable design in a previous post and now, not only can you support them by attending their runway show, you can also donate to their a ‘Mission Pozible‘ campaign to raise funds for Australia’s biggest sustainable runway event!
Aicha wears One Colour which unites women in Africa and Australia through ethical trade, creating sustainable employment and economic empowerment for African women.
Sustainable men’s clothing made locally and ethically in Australia and New Zealand by De Lore Couture
Koru Swimwear is made from eco-friendly fabrics with recycled materials and bulk dyed fabric processed without water waste or water pollution.
Nico Underwear is made from sustainably sourced material, their garments represent comfort and durability.
Fellow Brisbane bloggers Fabliha and Tasfia Reza of Inside In, Inside Out.
Jumble Culture By Tilly Fluf creates upcycled fashion by reusing pre-loved, unwanted items and materials to produce unique clothing and accessories.
Glory Box is the destination in Brisbane for unique and vintage garments, shoes and accessories.