When you’re a one-person show, the days can be long and the nights even longer. We took a peek into the daily routine of Evie Willsteed – designer extraordinaire at non-binary streetwear label Genkstasy – and talked all things sewing, cereal and why it’s so important to keep talking about gender fluidity.
What’s your morning routine?
We loved having a little chat with the just darling Christie from Christie Millinery about all things Spring racing, cocktails, coffee and fashion! Now bring on the Melbourne Cup! My money is on ‘Rekindling’.
What is the inspiration behind Christie Millinery?
Much of my design inspiration comes from nature, but I’m always trying to bring a ...
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 ...
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.
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 ...