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Melbourne based designer, model and muse Iris O’Connell has been working with yarn since they were eight years old; lockdown in 2020 led them to realise that working in fashion was their future.
Stella Reardon, a 20-year-old currently studying at RMIT University, is the founder and designer of the brand new Melbourne fashion brand Heroines.
Our main focus at Revival Runway is to support small, independent fashion and accessories brands from Melbourne and Australia, but we also aim to support emerging fashion creatives as well. One of the recent young creatives we have worked with is Lux Newman.
One of Australia’s most popular brands, and one that is definitely known for its bright colours and intricate prints, Camilla has released a special Lunar New Year collection entitled ‘Secret Garden’.
At Revival Runway we like to support independent and emerging Australian brands. Naturally the majority we come across are fashion and accessories brands, sometimes makeup and skincare brands, and this time we’re looking at a new fitness and wellbeing brand, FWD FORM
Our main purpose at Revival Runway is to support small, independent fashion brands alongside the young and emerging fashion creatives – the models, stylists, makeup artists, hair stylists, photographers and fashion marketers
At Revival Runway our central purpose is to support small, independent fashion, jewellery and accessories brands, as well as up-and-coming fashion creatives
Synergie Skin is an Australian skincare brand that is focused on combining the best of scientific research with quality natural ingredients to create products that not only work, but also do not damage our environment.
Brisbane-based sustainable and ethical jewellery brand Medley is the place to shop for your fine, and demi-fine jewellery pieces if you are at all concerned about where your accessories come from.
Australian brand Epzen aims to make doing that as easy as stepping into your bathroom, as the brand says it will help you to “let go of the stress of everyday life without letting go of your glass of wine”.
This workwear shoot was directed by Collarts Fashion Marketing student Kate Sharpe, who put some hard thought into what we would shoot
Queenslander Edwina Sinclair, the designer and founder of the brand Soot, has always loved fashion, with a focus on clever use of colour