Source : CANBERRA AIRPORTCanberra Airport is genuinely pleased to be a partner for Fashfest. After 100 years, we believe it is time for Canberra to step up and take its place on the global stage as a national capital of which Australians can be justifiably proud. It is time to shed Canberra’s “big country town” image. Having a worldclass airport and a world-class fashion show demonstrate how far this city has come and how much it has to offer.
Source : HER CANBERRAYoung Australian fashion designer, Alice Sutton, is inspirational. She truly is. Her ‘Until we arrive’ collection of wonderful clothing, developed under her independent ‘Edition’ label, is not only stunning on the female form, it pays respect to the environment by being produced with her zero waste philosophy...
Source : HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESIt is with great pleasure that I inform the House that Canberra's FASHFEST will be running from 1-4 May this year. FASHFEST is a four-night showcase of Canberra's fashion, culture and local talent, because Canberra really is becoming a fashion savvy city. We are getting a name as a fashion hub and our shops reflect the way fashion is taken seriously in the national capital.
Source : THE CANBERRANWith inspiration drawn from nature, Morgan Hubbard's U.L.E. label provides a fabulous contrast to the work of our previous focus, 4 Minute's 33. Morgan's design tend towards the anarchic, with patterns produced by chance rather than with a slow and deliberate process...
Source : HER CANBERRALast week, we introduced you to local designer Andie Meredith - one of over 20 talented individuals who'll be part of Fashfest, a four-night showcase of Canberra fashion that will transform the nation's capital from 1 to 4 May. Well, knowing my penchant for snapping the outfits I wear, the lovely people at Fashfest invited me to play dress ups with a couple of Andie's designs. Fun!
Source : CANBERRA TIMESTHERE are fashion designers and there are fashion moguls. Canberra designer Alice Sutton is destined to be both. The 2011 Canberra Institute of Technology graduate is approaching her fashion business with the brains of an accountant and the creativity of an artist – an eco-friendly, award winning artist at that.
Source : CITY NEWSTwenty-three year old Alice competed nationally against more than 100 other entrants to win the award in the apparel category for her "Until we arrive" collection, which she says was inspired by Canberra. "When I start designing a collection I look at a place of inspiration and Canberra is really important to me," Alice says. Photo by Kent Marcus.