All posts tagged fashion show

Emerging Designers Show at the Teneriffe Festival

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Thanks to Emerge Events, Ally Dunlop (stylist and partner in Rendezvous PR) and I, had a front row seat at the Emerging Designers show at the Teneriffe Festival. The Fashion Precinct transformed London alley, which included a fake grass runway with a white picket fence, VIP tables and Alfred and Constance’s pop-up bar.

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Emerge Australia Fashion Precinct at the Teneriffe Festival

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I have blogged several times about Claire Goldsworthy and her contribution to promoting up-and-coming designers on the Brisbane fashion scene. Once again her organisation, Emerge Events, is taking on this challenge by setting up a Fashion Precinct at the Teneriffe Festival.

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QUT After Darkly – Graduate Fashion Show

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Look Brooke, the label designed by QUT fashion student Brooke Thomas is one of the 20 talented designers showcasing at the After Darkly Graduate Fashion Show.

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Brisbane Designer Fashion Show 2013

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Attending a fashion show with these two lovely ladies, Ashleigh from The Blonde Silhouette and Amber from Fashion Avenue is always a pleasure! We were treated to front row seats at the Brisbane Designer Fashion Show, in the historic Old Museum with its warm wooden floors and high ceiling. The fashion show was put together by Niki Teljega who’s label, of the same name, closed the show with her couture gowns.

Showcasing a wealth of Australian talent on the runway with designers like La’Or, Charlie Brown, Lipoa Threads and Erin Hassall Designs. With an abundance of flowing summer dresses in bold prints and sparkling evening gowns, this was a feast for the eyes!

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Undress Brisbane Runway 2013

Aicha and Jasmin at Undress Brisbane

Two of the faces of Undress Brisbane: Aicha Robertson and Jazmin Foster-Macready after stomping it out on the runway.

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Predress could not have prepared you for the 2013 Undress Brisbane sustainable fashion runway. It was an eye opening evening, with 3 runway sessions to fill, Undress Brisbane brought out amazing designer after designer.

Runway 1 featured street wear, runway 2 showcased delicate intimates and comfortable sports wear and for the finale, runway 3 showcased gorgeous evening wear.

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RAW Brisbane, Translations – Emerging Art and Fashion

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Jasmin, Jon (co-creator of handmade jewellery and homewares label Sconnie and Jam) and Emma.

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RAW Brisbane is a platform for emerging creatives to showcase their talents. Whether you’re into fashion, photography, art, dance or music – there is something to inspire everyone at RAW. This is the second time BNE Style has attended RAW, (the RAW Generation showcase was the last time) and the calibre of artists and performers was just as amazing as last time!

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Predress, Preparing Brisbane for the Main Event in Sustainable Fashion

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Get ready Brisbane because Predress was Undress Brisbane giving us but a small taste of the full sustainable runway show coming on Saturday, October 12!

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!

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Undress Brisbane Challenges You to Assess The Sustainability of Your Wardrobe

faces of undress brisbaneThe faces of Undress Brisbane 2013

We can no longer ignore the environmental issues facing our planet. Undress Brisbane seeks to educate fashion conscious individuals about using consumer power to support designers who practice environmental sustainability as part of their business model. These designers weave sustainability into the many facets of the production cycle from construction to distribution, to reduce their environmental impact.

“We want to show people that sustainable clothing can be diverse and beautiful. Dressing sustainably is not a compromise on style” – Edda Hamar, Undress Brisbane event co-ordinator.

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