Designers

SWIM - Saturday September 14, 2013. 12pm

Annake Swimwear by Anna Kempshell

A mix of sexy, practical, and fun goes into all of Annake’s garments with an emphasis on fit. Feminine colours and prints, such as florals and paisley combine in structured garments such as padded under wires are currently the brands specialty. Anna insists that comfort is a must.


Sunflair by Adolf Riedly GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)

Functionality, Styles, Fabrics, cup sizes from A to H and discrete support for the figure are the hallmarks of Sunflair. Lovely necklines, high cut legs, brash and cute details yet extremelywearable for ladies of any age who want to feel comfortably well dressed in the pool, spa, by the lake or beach.


Hive Swimwear by Kat Hogg

Hive is the ultimate women's swimwear. Surf, swim and run in it, we make swimwear that stays on. Our collection includes bikinis, tankinis, one piece swimwear, kaftans and tracksuits. Hive swimsuits are designed to be fully adjustable and our tops don't tie up around your neck. The prints are original and exclusive to Hive to ensure they are unique. Mix and match it to suit your own personal style.Designed in Noosa Heads, Australia, Hive has been showing with us since 2008.


PM Surf by Maria Bolt

PMSurf is the first indigenous surf wear label which features artwork by Digby Morans – an internationally renown and respected aboriginal artist from the Bundjalung area. The prints are from the Bundjalung Nation and each print has a story relating to the Bundjalung area and of Digby Moran’s childhood. PMsurf is bringing forward one of the world's oldest living cultures and traditions into the 21st century.


ETHICAL DESIGN - Saturday September 14, 2013 6pm

 

Plague of Man by Madison Tyler

Passionate about unique design and inspired by her love of Japanese art and video games, she launched Plague of Man in 2012 for the woman who wants to wear empowering, quirky clothing.

A passionate vegan, Madison has produces a range in high-quality vegan leather and plans to continue the use of this animal-friendly product without compromising any of her future designs.


Paradoxx by Chloe Alley

Paradoxx, has a classic and minimalist quality, focusing on strong lines and clearly defined shapes. The classic cuts allow
these garments to be long term investment pieces and will take you from your twenties until a much later and more mature
period in your life. Paradoxx is a vegan label.


The Little White T-Shirt company by Lynette Scott

Producing only Organic and sustainable clothing for Men, Women and Children. The softest bamboo knit EVER! The kindest fabric to your skin. Organic Cotton, grown without the use of any harmful pesticides.


Flowers by Julia Rose

Julia Rose is best known for her beautiful bridal bouquets ­ traditional and bohemian modern and contemporary, buttonholes, corsages, cake flowers, church and ceremony arrangements, all of which have been featured in fashion magazines everywhere. However, at International Fashion Week 2013, it will be stunning gowns made of fresh flowers &
foliage that will grace the catwalk.

Content copyright 2014. internationalfashionweek.com.au. All rights reserved.