6 Results for tag: fashion accelerator

Gender-neutral clothing by Brisbane designer Evie Willsteed

EVIE Willsteed hopes her boundary-pushing designs will set her apart as one of Queensland’s brightest new fashion exports. The 30-year-old Brisbane designer will tomorrow showcase her unisex and ungendered streetwear label Genkstacy, along with four other emerging designers who will show their collections to a panel of industry experts. The showcase ... More

5 Designers You Need To Know Now

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) is set to unveil the five faces shaking up Australian fashion on August 18. Lorraine White (Whitelane), Kathrin Bonfigt (Miss Summer), Evie Willsteed (Genkstasy), Alexandra Coleborn (Gloria Dulcie) and Tahlia Bowie (Bowie Empire) are the five names who will headline an event by CEA's Fashion Accelerator. They ... More

Breakout Australian designers unveil collection to fashion industry heavyweights

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) is set to unveil the five faces shaking up the Australian fashion landscape as they dominate the catwalk before a judging panel of some of the biggest industry names in fashion on August 18. CEA’s Fashion Accelerator will showcase the new ranges from their exceptionally talented cohort of designers before the ... More

Interview with Thuy Nguyen – CEA’s Fashion Development Manager

With industry experience spanning two decades, Thuy Nguyen, CEA’s resident Fashion Development Manager, is a true renaissance woman when it comes to fashion. More

QUT CEA announces first cohort accepted into Australia’s first creative tech accelerator

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has announced the upcoming startup companies who have been accepted into the Collider Accelerator creative tech program. Nine startups from across Queensland will be given the opportunity to grow and scale their business across the five month program, due to begin in June. Each startup will receive seed capital ... More

Fireside Chat: What’s next for Australian fashion?

From fashion technology to social media disruption and sustainability, nothing was off the table when five of Australia’s most influential fashion experts came together to discuss the future of the fashion industry. Starting a fashion label in Australia has traditionally been a risk for our homegrown designers. Isolated from global markets and without a ... More