Melbourne fashion fans dressed up for our REVIVAL RUNWAY IV show

Melbourne fashion stars partied the night away at the REVIVAL RUNWAY IV fashion show held on 30 May, 2024, at The Third Day. Over 200 fans of fashion turned up in their best fashion-forward looks to watch 10 independent Australian fashion brands and 26 fabulous volunteer models on the purpose-built stage.

Revival Runway is a non-profit volunteer organisation that produces fashion-related content and events for independent Australian fashion brands and designers. Everyone at Runway Revival gives their time, experience and energy free of charge to create professional opportunities for brands and emerging fashion industry talent. Revival Runway offers industry internships to fashion students and independent creatives giving them real life experience to add to their resumes.

The brands featured at REVIVAL RUNWAY IV included eight from Melbourne – Tulle Addict, Fool Clothing, Mazi Melbourne, Moira Isabel, Bloodline, Wovn, Chilali and Thirty.Five – alongside Methods by Vassqo from Sydney and 9Designs from the Gold Coast.

The majority of the brands featured intricate handmade fabrics and garments created from upcycled fabrics and deadstock, with concepts ranging from sexy clubwear to funky non-gendered streetwear.

Music for the runway was provided by popular Melbourne performer and radio personality, BIG DAMZ, the DJ with a PhD, while DJ Chesson Otue played out the night.

We were also joined by some talented photographers and videographers who shot some amazing images and footage; check out their talents below …

BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER by Harvey Newland-Harman 


  • Revival Runway IV fashion show review crowd photo James Taylor
    Designer of Methods by Vassqo, Christopher Angelo Velasco brought a crowd from Sydney with him. Image: James Taylor

To discover more about the fashion brands featured on the Creative Coast runway, go to our Stories section to read their personal interviews.

Main Image: Model Victoria Preshaw wearing Tulle Addict congratulating the brand’s designer Madi Cheney. Image by Vas Chakra


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