Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021

Tickets Selling Out

In an exciting line-up of local talent, tickets to the Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021 are selling like hot-cakes! On sale only since June 1, a number of runways are already sold out!

Opening night, featuring Aje, Ginger & Smart, Callibre, Bianca Spender and JETS Australia, along with international labels is totally sold out.

The Designer Group Show, featuring White Label Noba, Calexico, Naudic, Maiocchi, Sacha Drake, Annalisse Designs, Wil Valor, Gina Kim, Sonia Stradiotto Couture, URBBANA, and Bonita Collective is also totally sold out.

black model in blue dress on the runway - Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021

Next Gen runways are always the most anticipated events on any Fashion Festival calendar, showcasing emerging labels as well as the latest fashion graduates. And the Next Gen Group Show at the Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021 proves the point! This lot are always on the pulse when it comes to jaw dropping visuals, uncompromising aesthetics and messaging on hot topic issues like gender, diversity and inclusion and sustainability! First Nations Fashion Design label, Jarawee, fresh from showcasing at Afterpay Australia Fashion Week will line-up to showcase in designer Brianna Enoch’s home state.

You had to be lightening-bold quick if you wanted to see the NextGen runway via General Admission ($85), or even Platinum Class ticketes ($185) with only a few Gold Pass tickets ($155) left to buy. These are the only runway tickets left to buy for the entire three day event!

MeQ Designs runway at Brisbane Fashion Festival

It’s only a three day event but with such anticipation and most shows being already sold out a month in advance, it’s hard to imagine that the Brisbane Fashion Festival 2021 wont add a few more runways for fashion-loving Brisbane-ites.

Follow all the action on Instagram at: @brisbane.fashionfestival or to grab the last of these highly sought after seats, go to Brisbane Fashion Festival

To see highlights of last year’s Brisbane Fashion Festival, with many firsts, including a runway featuring adaptive fashion modelled by people with disabililties, tap here.

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