Meet The EFWA2017 Designers Showcasing on Sunday, November 26th


Eco Fashion Week Australia 2017 (EFWA2017) has an amazing line-up featuring collections from over 44 designers (local, national and international), 2 unique curated fashion shows and performances by 3 talented local musicians.  This is part 4 in 5 part series introducing you to all the wonderful artists taking part in our event this year.


In addition to the designers listed below, there will be a Style It Green collection by EFWA2017 fashion stylist Dalija Vlahov where she will choose 5 audience members for a unique makeover that showcasing different ways the Little Black Dress can be styled and a live musical performance by Rob Walker (covered in our opening gala press release).


Sista of JAC, Australia

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Gemini Kite, Australia

Coming Soon!

Elle Evans, Australia

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Stain, Australia

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Things of Substance, Vietnam

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  • About - Things of Substance offers ready to wear contemporary fashions for work and play. The emphasis is on quality natural fabrics such as silk, cotton and linen. The designer combines an Australian fashion sensibility of classic lines and casual tailoring with Vietnamese fabrics and intricate handcrafted details.

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  • Interview - Coming Soon!



Selcuki & Ali, Turkey

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  • About - Selçuki&Ali transforms traditional fibre art into unique fashion and lifestyle products through innovative production methods. Wholly-handcrafted products made of natural fibres come into existence in environmentally friendly designs with the magic touch of Selçuki&Ali. Adopting green and slow fashion trends, the brand achieves “timeless elegance” with solutions specific to people and space.

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Curtin Springs, Australia

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  • About - Nature is literally transformed as native grasses are harvested by hand; using a pair of secateurs, a hessian sack and our knowledge of the Curtin Springs landscape. Each type of grass and each seasons creates a different texture and feel in the paper they produce. Therefore, each and every production run makes a quality paper that is unique and individually made. Curtin Springs also experiments with blending and texture, using plants, flowers, clay and sand. The paper created is used in many ways including a line of unique jewellery.

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Upcycling Challenge by Marilyn R. Wilson, International

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Kirsten Ley, Canada

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  • About - KIRSTEN LEY is an artist who enjoys empowering women through confidence-inducing clothing. Constructing eponymous, avant garde and visceral pieces, she juxtaposes structurally bound leather with the whimsy of fervent, flowing skills, while exploring structural details inspired by both vintage and modern anatomy diagrams.

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  • Interview – Coming Soon!

John Ablaza, Phillipines

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To view the EFWA2017 line-up as well as links to buy tickets, go to

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About Eco Fashion Week Australia 2017


Eco Fashion Week Australia will collaborate with the designers, artists, activists, community, media, businesses and educational programs, as well as the local Governments, to raise awareness for environmentally conscious fashion. With Eco fashion weeks spreading across the globe, it is only natural for Kuvan-Mills to take the wheel in her own beloved home of Perth, Australia. The initiative she has taken to implement Australia’s first and very own Eco fashion celebration will strike a chord with designers, fashionistas and media alike.


This innovative, forward-thinking event will feature, exclusive informative discussions, exhibitions, hands-on workshops and incredible runway shows showcasing the best in organic, handmade, local, re/up cycled fair-trade, ethical fashion, traditional, and textiles.


Eco Fashion Week Australia is proudly supported by TCFWA, TCF Australia, TCF Global,  Australian Made Campaign , Fly By Night musicians Club, Taylors Art and Coffee House, Green Embassy, Dowerin GWN Machinery Field Days, Eco Beach, Loig’s Music Lab, Dene Selby Modelling Agency, Rainforest Rescue, RSPCA-Reloved Fashion, Mercado32,  Vivify Textiles, Salon Express, Curtin University, and ECU along with Media Partners Eluxe Magazine, The Bahamas Weekly, Peppermint, Olio by Marilyn, Style Drama, Textile Beat and MOCHNI.COM, Kristen Leo. The Green Hub, Eco Warrior Princess, Tommi Magazine