Welcome to our IFP Blog!
Here we’ll be updating you with news on Indigenous Fashion Projects, and introducing you to some of the incredible First Nations fashion and textile designers and artists from across Australia…
Meet the Designers for 2023!
Get to know the designers behind the labels who’ll be showcasing at this year’s David Jones Indigenous Fashion Projects Runway at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week!
Volunteer with IFP in 2023!
Looking to start a career in fashion and events? Or just want to be part of the action? Indigenous Fashion Projects (IFP) are once again calling out to our community to volunteer at our August events in the Top End on Larrakia Country!
Be part of Country to Couture in 2023!
Expressions of Interest are NOW OPEN to be part of the Country to Couture showcase in 2023…
Country to Couture News
Get Involved! 2022 Model and Volunteer Call Out
Our favourite time of year is just around the corner, and we're calling out to our community to once again be part of our August events! We have two ways to get involved - with a Model call out for the iconic Country to Couture runway, and a Volunteer call out to...
Meet the Country to Couture 2022 Designers
The annual showcase of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fashion and textile design returns for its 7th iteration on the 2 August, alongside the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair and National Indigenous Fashion Awards on Larrakia Country.
Be Part of Country to Couture 2022
Expressions of Interest are NOW OPEN! Apply to be part of the iconic Country to Couture fashion showcase…
Pathways Program News
Apply for IFP Pathways Program 2023
Applications to join the IFP Pathways Program in 2023 are now open! Supported by David Jones, could this be the next opportunity to grow your fashion label?
Shop the IFP Runway from AAFW
Shop the Indigenous Fashion Projects Runway First Nations Designer Collections at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week.
Meet the Designers…
Get to know the designers behind the labels at the Indigenous Fashion Projects Runway at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week! We are delighted to share the First Nations designers who are fast making their mark on the global fashion landscape, pushing the boundaries of...
Celebrating Innovation, Diversity and Success
Launched in 2020, the National Indigenous Fashion Awards (NIFA), provides a vibrant and exciting recognition platform to celebrate the innovation, diversity and success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and fashion designers. Importantly, it also contributes to the capacity building of the burgeoning sector…
IFP Yarns | Julie Shaw, MAARA Collective
Headed up by Yuwaalaraay creative director Julie Shaw, Maara Collective’s luxurious resort wear is informed by a deep connection to community. Julie’s brand honours collaboration in the creative processes, with “maara” translating to “hands” in the Yuwaalaraay and Gamilaraay language groups.
It’s been a stellar couple of years for Julie and her label, and she’s been written into pretty much every chapter of the IFP story so far!
NIFA 2021 Nominations NOW OPEN!
Nominations are NOW OPEN for the National Indigenous Fashion Awards (NIFA) 2021!
Who will you nominate this year?
Best Practice News
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Banner Image | Models wearing Bima Wear x Nobody Denim, backstage at Country to Couture 2021, Photo by Timothy Hillier.