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Welcome to Indigenous Fashion Projects (IFP)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artist and designer owned and governed, IFP supports Indigenous Australians working in textiles and fashion with a range of development programs, resources, mentoring opportunities and promotional events.

Backstage at Australian Fashion Week

Backstage at Australian Fashion Week

The David Jones Indigenous Fashion Projects (IFP) returned to Australian Fashion Week on Thursday night 16 May, 2024. Together on Gadigal Country, five designers from the IFP Pathways Program showcased their collections down the runway. In Relation Way, wove together...

Behind the Collections

Behind the Collections

Image by Dylan BuckeeThe David Jones Indigenous Fashion Projects (IFP) Runway was held last Thursday at Australian Fashion Week, featuring the return of five IFP Pathway Program designers: GALI Swimwear, Ihraa Swim, JOSEPH & JAMES, Lazy Girl Lingerie, and Miimi...

Two Stylists Take Over…

Two Stylists Take Over…

This year’s David Jones Indigenous Fashion Projects Runway will be led by head stylist Lindyn Rowland and head stylist mentor Karinda Mutabazi.  Both stylists are leading figures within their line of work, Lindyn Rowland is a proud Wiradjuri and Waiben Island...

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Image | Jessica Mauboy, DAAF Foundation Community Ambassador, 2022, photo by Wayne Quilliam, video by Global Headquarters, with thanks to Marrawuddi Arts & Culture.