Fashion Revival Runway Australia showcases independent Australian fashion designers and businesses. Our organisation is an incorporated association, working as a not for profit. We do not sell or advertise and are completely independent, working voluntarily, connected by our passion, to make a difference to the Australian fashion industry.

Melbourne based fashion label Rosinha is bold, colourful and feminine

“I have always been crafty, my mother is an artist and I was surrounded by art at an early age,” explains designer and label owner Rosa Gonzaga

Melbourne fashion brand Ricepaper The Label is closed but not forgotten

Eve Walton-Healey, the visionary behind Ricepaper the Label, embarked on a journey to turn her dreams into reality. The name “ricepaper” itself reflects the core value and ethic she holds dear – transparency in fashion

Unveiling dreams amidst challenges: Natsuko Kondo’s journey with Kodama Apparel

In 2019, Natsuko Kondo, the founder of Kodama Apprel, a unisex slow fashion label that is made in Melbourne, made a pivotal decision that altered the course of her life’s narrative

Ruth Hadinjoto designs beautiful textiles and transforms them into fashion masterpieces

Chinese-Indonesian fashion designer Ruth Hadinjoto continues to develop her technique and designs in garment making as she establishes her own eponymous brand after graduating from RMIT University with a BA (Honours) in Fashion Design and BA in Fashion Textiles and Technology

Design your dream hat with Carlisle Hats and ‘finish off your outfit’

For Leanne Ayache and her husband, musician Tibor Gyapjas, from Carlisle Hats, wearing a fine hat is something that not only ‘finishes off your outfit’ but also a way for their customers to make a statement and really stand out. It is also why they moved into creating bespoke hats in their studio in Melbourne

Designer Jude Ng creates thoughtful, wearable clothes for every body

Melbourne designer Jude Ng has been creating clothes that are stylish, environmentally responsible, comfortable and for all genders for the last five years in a tiny atelier-cum-store in one of the city’s hippest suburbs

Fernanda Covarrubias creates timeless, stylish and empowering clothes

Fernanda Covarrubias has been surrounded by fashion and textiles her whole life. Influenced by her seamstress auntie and mother while growing up in Mexico, Fernanda was inspired by colour and observing her Auntie’s ability to sew

Melbourne sunglasses brand Zeia is all about making a statement

Amber Wilkinson is a mum of three, a business owner and “a self-confessed sunglasses addict” which is why she launched her Melbourne-based brand Zeia

The colourful world of Melbourne fashion brand Bluejeanorbit

Inspired by art, technology, and nostalgia, Maya Williams Augustincic‘s creative persona, Bluejeanorbit, creates garments that celebrate self expression

Melbourne designer Kylah Palis redefines fashion with Authenticity 

Naarm based fashion designer, Kylah Palis, the founder of Kylah Owo, is a creative that views fashion as an art form. More than just clothing, Kylah channels her creativity through her garments, pushing boundaries and redefining what can be seen on a runway




Melbourne fashion designer Monique Maugeri learnt her love for fashion and making clothes at the knee of her Italian seamstress and patternmaker grandmother



Melbourne-based bespoke fashion brand Pazdaz was launched in 2020, by Paris Culbertson with a focus on pretty, pink, shiny pieces



Melbourne fashion brand Oscar Keene is a multi-disciplinary fashion practice that combines digital and physical prototyping to create visually...


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