The organisation behind Australia's largest sustainable fashion show is returning to their hometown of Brisbane this weekened.
After successfully taking on Melbourne and the Gold Coast earlier this year, Undress Runways are celebrating their fourth annual show at Factory One in West End. Featuring some thirty sustainable and ethical designers from all over the country, 'Undress Brisbane' will be treated to four runway shows, organic cocktails and live DJs.
Event coordinator, Edda Hamar, says the Undress team have gained a lot of experience from taking their show on the road. "We’ve learned so much from taking our show to Melbourne and the Gold Coast this year, and we’re so excited to bring an more sophisticated and innovative event to our hometown.
“Our new location is going to be incredible... the new space is allowing us to bring our audience a bigger runway and some fresh, sustainable aesthetics that we’ve been planning for a long time.’”
Proudly sponsored by Ethical Clothing Australia, 'Undress Brisbane' have two very big announcements (that they couldn't keep secret until the night). First will be the launch of their online store, where you can buy look straight off the Undress runway at the online store. Second is the celebration for their brand new publication, 'Naked by Undress', a magazine that provides behind the scene insight to the fashion industry.
With designs from Anna Hulm, Emmanual + Cox, La'OR, East Of Grey, Nico, Koru, Glory Box, HIX and many more, Undress' ethos is if you don't know where it's from or what it's made from, then take it off. Their 'no-waste' collections feature natural fibers, food dyes and recycled cut-offs, so you can look good and know you're doing the world a favour.Undress Runways Brisbane show will be held on Saturday the 11th October at Factory One in West End. Limited tickets are left.