Brisbane Fashion FESTIVAL Struts Back into The City with Designer-Packed Program
Brisbane Fashion FESTIVAL organisers have unveiled the official program for 2021, including covetable designers and hundreds of fresh new-season looks sure to delight fashion fans.
Brisbane Fashion Festival returns to The City this year with an exciting new look and our iconic new home in the heart of Brisbane, King George Square, from Monday 23 – Wednesday 25 August.
This year’s program features a thrilling line-up of more than 50 designers – from the hottest labels in Australian fashion to Queensland favourites and the burgeoning next gen – presenting in excess of 440 unique, inspiring, and must-have looks for the new Spring/Summer season.
Brisbane Fashion Festival kicks off on Monday night, 23 August, with the Treasury Brisbane Fashion Show; a showcase of the biggest designers and retailers, and cult favourites in Australia. See the most sought-after styles of the new season from Aje, Ginger & Smart, article:, Calibre, Bianca Spender, and JETS Australia, plus national and international labels presented by David Jones, Samantha Ogilvie, and Camargue.
On Tuesday night, 24 August, fashion lovers will be treated to the newest, the brightest, and the next big names in fashion design in the Next Gen Group Show. A diverse and original mix of creativity will hit the runway, from kimbralou, TAFE Queensland Brisbane, QUT Fashion, #SELFLOVE CLVB, JARAWEE, Jonathan Usi, KG BOLD (Kelvin Grove State High School), Joteo, Maven Label, CHAMANI, and Moreno Marcos.
Rounding out the jam-packed fashion line-up on Wednesday night, 25 August, is a spectacular showcase of some of Queensland’s most-loved designers and retailers, including White Label Noba, Sacha Drake, Naudic, URBBANA, Bonita Collective, Maiocchi, Gina Kim, Sonia Stradiotto Couture, Annalisse Designs, Wil Valor, and Calexico.
Following the final runway show, guests are invited to celebrate at the official Brisbane Fashion Festival afterparty hosted by Treasury Brisbane.
As well as providing a platform to celebrate the incredible talent of our local fashion industry, more than 50 small businesses will be supported as a direct result of the Festival this year – from staging, lighting and production, to catering, seamstresses and more.
Also once again Brisbane Fashion Festival will bring fashion fans Live Streams of every runway show; allowing them to relive the show, catch all the fashion action from the shows they missed, and even tune in from interstate and overseas.
Tickets are on sale via www.brisbanefashionfestival.com and priced from $50.00. Gold Passes and Platinum Passes are also available to enjoy the full VIP treatment, perfect for entertaining a group at Queensland’s largest and most prestigious fashion event. $1 from every ticket sold will be donated to the Festival’s official Charity Partner for 2021, The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Trust.
Source: Brisbane Fashion Festival