Undress Runways Brisbane 2015

Undress Runways Brisbane sustainable fashion show 2015.
Once again I was blown away and inspired by the Undress Runways team as they hosted their 5th annual Brisbane show last night.

The Brisbane Showgrounds Avenue 10 pavilion was transformed into an eco-fashion dream with a runway its entire length to showcase 22 designers (see full list below) over two shows.

BMW added a touch of glam as sponsors with their sustainable electric and hybrid BMWi models on display.

Canberra-based Pure Pod was the feature label of the night, and there was plenty for the gents too with Cash Berry, Cameron & James and Jeff Garner's Prophetik (all the way from the States) the stand outs.

It was great to see the debut collection from Undress Runways’ own label VIHN, which also caters for men and women (check out my post on them featuring Undress Runways Director Edda Hamar).

Good luck to the team as they take on Sydney this Saturday 17 October and Melbourne the following week, Saturday 24 October. Tickets available here.

Undress Brisbane opening show.

Pure Pod, the Canberra-based featured label.
BMWi8 on display
Cameron & James.

Cash Berry men's label uses bamboo fibres.

Swimwear by Finch Swim.

USA designer Jeff Garner's Prophetik label.

Rachael Cassar's couture designs are worn by the likes of Tyra Banks, Ruby Rose and Isabel Lucas.

Undress Runways' own VIHN debut collection.
Undress Runways team with Dirty Love Photography.

Pure Pod
Cameron & James - men's wear
Alice Nightingale
Madonna Bain - intimates
Buddha Wear
Sinerji Organic Clothing
Koru Swimwear
AARLI - Indigenous upcycled fashion and accessories
Karuma - accessories
Bago Studio
East of Grey
Eco Darlings
Moreno Marcos
The Great Beyond - bamboo clothing
Fabled and True
Finch Swim
Rachael Cassar - couture design
VIHN - Undress Runways label
Cash Berry Clothing - men's wear
Anna-Lisa Wiklund
Prophetik - USA based designer Jeff Garner


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