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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | May 20, 2022

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What to expect: Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021

What to expect: Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021
Teagan Witherow

Brisbane Fashion Festival struts back into the city with a designer-packed program.

The offical program has been released and we are here to tell you what to expect, including covetable designers and hundreds of fresh new-season looks.

First things first, make sure to add the 23rd, 24th and 25th of August to your calendar, these are the official dates of Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021.

Don’t be too worried if you can’t attend the shows in person because everything will be live streamed; allowing you to relive the show, catch all the fashion action you missed and even tune in from interstate and overseas.

The first show will kick off on Monday the 23rd in King George Square, featuring a showcase of some of the biggest and best designers.

Just to drop few iconic names; Aje, Calibre and Ginger & Smart, all of which will all be showcased on the first night.

Tuesday the 24th will have the fashion lovers treated to the newest, the brightest, and the next big names in fashion design with the ‘Next Gen Group Show.’

This show will feature a diverse and original mix of creativity brought to you from kimbralou, TAFE Queensland Brisbane, QUT Fashion, #SELFLOVECLVB, JARAWEE, Jonathan Usi, KG BOL, Joteo, Maven Label, CHAMANI, and Moreno Marco.

Finishing off the jam-packed fashion line up on Wednesday night, the 25th of August, will be a spectacular showcase of some of Queensland’s most-loved designers and retailers.

Expect to see White Label Noba, Sacha Drake, Naudic, URBBANA, Bonita Collective, Maiocchi, Gina Kim, Sonia Stradiotto Couture, Annalisse Designs, Will Valor and my personal fav; Calexico.

Of course, a fabulous fashion event wouldn’t be complete without an official afterparty.

The Treasure Brisbane will be hosting the Brisbane Fashion Festival afterparty to celebrate the incredible talent of our local fashion industry.

Tickets are already on sale, with prices starting at $50.

$1 from every ticket sold will be donated to the Festival’s official Charity Partner, The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Trust.

So, it’s time to start hunting for some outfits to rock at Brisbane next big fashion event.