Jack Huang takes a new, exciting approach to the non-gender specific aesthetic with cleaner lines and experimental shapes.The debut trans-seasonal 2015 collection launches itself into a much more practical and sporty sector of the current unisex market. Hints of nostalgic futurism, cultural
aspects, sci-fi films and the underground scene are prevalent in the collection.Jack Huang is for the forward thinking individual who doesn't necessarily play by the rules. Although trend aware, the designer strives to create clothing that comes from a
Candi Sanderson is a women’s ready-to-wear label that has a classic spirit with an edge. Classic fits are modernized with exquisite fabrics, unusual cuts and layering, to
create looks for women who value quality, presentation, and uniqueness.
Her debut collection, “Cegueira”, is inspired by Blindness, a novel by Nobel Prize winner Jose Saramago. His exuberant imagination and clear-sightedness guided her design
process, with looks that represent human nature in its best and worst aspects. The result is both daring and elegant.
Worn is a Sydney based fashion label that is an exploration of concepts through design by Catherine Conlan.Worn focuses on interchangeable layers that can be stripped back to realise the garments in individual form.
The debut collection, All the time / Bjorn Again, is a thoughtful process of proportion and design with no constraints. Strong prints and bold silhouettes outline the range and
each moderated look.
Jai Saunders' eponymous label fuses her knowledge of costume production and period garments with a sleek, modern aesthetic; re-imagined with traditional elements to
create a sophisticated yet dramatic wardrobe.
The debut collection 'Babushka Time Travels to New York' draws inspiration from photographic portraits of traditional Russian folk costume circa 1900 and transposing
these characters to the thoroughly modern city of New York.
Mat Lee's debut collection fuses playful proportions, relaxed tailoring, textures and quirky prints.Strongly influenced by experimental pattern making and fabrics, Lee's designs are a balance of technical shapes and details, focusing on developing and experimenting with
screen-printed textures applied onto fabric.The use of foiling, flocking, unusual inks and plastics paired with the intricate embellishments are mixed in with wearable structured garments creating a sense of
Onticha is a womenswear brand aiming to redefine tailoring in contemporary Australian fashion.This inaugural range is inspired by the designer's dualistic life experience of having lived in both a rustic rural setting and an urban metropolis. In turn the purpose of this
range is to highlight the contrast of the natural free flowing curvature found in nature compared to rigid, angular urban architectural design.This theme of contrast is further appropriated to include an eclectic selection of fabrics comprising of both synthetic and natural fibres. These included natural cotton, linen
and wool as well as plain nylon and woven synthetic plaid. Soft, gathered waist lines and cuffs are used to represent elements of nature, which are juxtaposed against tailored
angular lines that reflect urban architecture.