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 7pm AEST (5.30pm ACST) on Friday, 22 January 2021

An annual showcase of Indigenous textiles and fashion design.

Supported by the Northern Territory Government via NT Major Events and iconic Australian lifestyle brand Country Road, Country to Couture celebrates the marriage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contemporary fine art and high-end fashion.

The success of the textile design movement in remote Indigenous communities has led to innovative fashion collections and exciting collaborations with well known Australian designers, which have been showcased in the Country to Couture event alongside the annual Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) since 2016.

Image: Yirradarringka-Langwa Akarwadiwada on catwalk (full), Womens Work, Ladies from Anindilyakwa Arts and Anna Reynolds, Country to Couture 2020. Photo: George F Photography

Meet the Lineup

Country to Couture returned in 2020 and is making its way into 2021 with a national broadcast on January 22 through NITV on Facebook!

Ending the year in style, the annual fashion event returned to Darwin in December 2020 with an intimate local showcase on Larrakia country. Celebrating and sharing the stories of the incredible First Nations designers and artists involved, the showcase will debut in Melbourne with an exclusive screening in early 2021, paired with a digital broadcast set to reach audiences far and wide. 

Get to know some of the amazing Indigenous labels, artists and unique designer collaborations that will be featured. Explore their work via the links below.

Liandra Gaykamangu, Liandra Swim

Ikuntji Artists X Magpie Goose

Yirradarringka-Langwa Akarwadiwada – Womens Work
Anindilyakwa Arts

Marrang Collection Denni Fransisco, Ngali & Lindsay Malay, Warmun Art Centre

The Warlu Collection 2020 Warlukurlangu Aboriginal Corporation & North Home Textiles

Nobody Denim x Bima Wear