Here is a roundup of articles about the people and events that help make Adelaide’s fashion industry thrive:
Make Magic, the Spring / Summer launch of Liza Emanuele
Liza Emanuele launches her Spring/Summer 14/15 Make Magic collection on Saturday, September 13 at the award winning SAHMRI building. Her collection has been mentored by legendary designers George Cross and Harry Watt. Emanuele has said that the Make Magic theme pays homage to making beautiful things that make women feel gorgeous.
Fashion Icons in Conversation
2014 Festival Events Program
Australian Fashion Labels on growth path despite tough economic times.
A South Australian Fashion House with its three labels Cameo, Finders Keepers and Keepsake, are growing internationally and bringing in equal turnover with new stores and new labels planned for the company.
Adelaide Fashion Festival 2014
Finders Keepers and Keepsake designers in running for Australia's Fun Fearless Female award.
Two head designers for Australian Fashion Labels, Kate Anderson and Carmen Dugan, are in the running for the Cosmopolitan Magazine’s Fun Fearless Female awards.
Buck!t Belts – the (Re)cycling lifestyle
Craig Norman a cycling enthusiast who has created Buck!t Belts. These are unisex belts made from recycled racing tyres, available in a range of colours.
The Face of 2014 AFF: Katarina Keeler
Katarina Keeler, the face of the Adelaide fashion festival gives an interview about her modelling career, her favourite designer and growing up in the country town of Ceduna. Also check out theKeeler
Words of Wisdom from Adelaide’s Best
Lauren Zwaans interviews four previous Adelaide Fashion Festival best emerging designer award winners to see what it takes to survive in the fashion industry. The four include Georgia Palmer of Georgia Guy, Alexandra Ireland of Necia, Jaimie Sortino of Couture designer and Melanie Flintoft the Creative Director of Australian Fashion Labels.
3 new creative arts degrees with TAFE SA, Flinders University partnership
Fashion students are being offered the chance to enrol at Flinders University and Tafe simultaneously with a new partnership between Tafe SA and Flinders University. By combining the two it is hoped that students will enhance their practical skills and develop stronger support for the arts sector in South Australia.
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