7 Results for tag: fashion360

2019 Fashion360 Designer | Michelle Frain

Michelle’s passion for sewing budded at the early age of 9 years old, cultivating a lifelong love for textiles and creating wearable pieces. The majority of her career path took Michelle down the direction of interior design, architectural sales and the marketing sector. Her passion for stitching and creating however, surpassed that of her chosen work ... More

2019 Fashion360 Designers | Lea Xu and Rebecca Crawford

The emerging Brisbane fashion label, Ulterior Uniform, is the brainchild of creative co-founders Lea Xu and Rebecca Crawford. Both were ready to combine forces and utilise the knowledge and tools they had attained from a business degree and fashion studies at TAFE to create their own business. Ulterior Uniform offers women in warmer climates new options ... More

2019 Fashion360 Designer | Colleen Tighe Johnson

Colleen Tighe Johnson is a proud Gomeroi Yinarr woman who possesses an ardent love for art and fashion. Colleen’s designs for her fashion label, Buluuy Mirrii, meaning Black Star, harness the spirit of her ancestors to revive the Gomeroi Dreaming Stories. Buluuy Mirrii synthesises Aboriginal art, culture and fashion, showcasing local Aboriginal talent, a ... More

Brisbane-based Gloria Dulcie’s move to onshore production

When Gloria Dulcie founder and designer Alexandra Coleborn describes her label, she says with affirmation that it’s a collection of quality pieces with a poetic touch. The brand, just clocking over two years in production, was inspired by over 10 years in fashion, art and design, as well as years of her travelling around the globe and a passion for slow ... More

Investing in the Future of Australian Fashion

MEDIA RELEASE Fashion360 Accelerator - open for applications Australia’s only accelerator program solely dedicated to fashion entrepreneurs is preparing for its 2018 program intake. Run by QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA), the Fashion360 accelerator program will support and mentor fashion entrepreneurs with real-life industry knowledge and ... More

The five creative startups at the forefront of fashion at Creative Enterprise Australia

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia is putting Australian creative industries at the forefront of new trends and technology through its 2017 Fashion Accelerator program. The intensive accelerator mentors aspiring fashion startups and entrepreneurs, giving them access to a wealth of knowledge and business experience from real-world industry mentors across a ... More

2017 Indigenous Designer Scholarship – CEA Fashion Accelerator

2017 Indigenous Designer Scholarship - CEA Fashion Accelerator The scholarship is designed to support an Indigenous designer wishing to acquire the skills and experience needed to launch a career in the fashion industry. Recipients of this scholarship will gain entry to the 2017 CEA Fashion Accelerator Program, which will provide training, workspace, ... More