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.
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! We are looking for volunteers to...
Be part of Country to Couture in 2023!
Backstage at Country to Couture 2022, photo by Mel Brautigam, Territory Savvy Expressions of interest have now closed. *Expressions of interest closed on Monday 5pm ACST, 27 Feb 2023* The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) Foundation’s Indigenous Fashion Projects...
IFP Safeguards First Nations Interests with Guide to Best Practice
Artist Mary Dhapalany bundling the pandanus, visit to Bula'Bula Arts, Ramingining in Central Arnhem Land, 2022A collaboration model to support commercial partnerships in the Australian fashion industry. As First Nations textile and fashion explodes in popularity, the...
Watch the National Indigenous Fashion Awards 2022
Thanks to NITV, the NIFA ceremony is now Streaming!
Photo by Dylan Buckee
Become a supporter and join the Indigenous Fashion Projects family…
Image | Jessica Mauboy, DAAF Foundation Community Ambassador, 2022, photo by Wayne Quilliam, video by Global Headquarters, with thanks to Marrawuddi Arts & Culture.
Watch the Indigenous Fashion Projects Runway!
Thanks to Afterpay Australian Fashion Week, the runway presented by Afterpay and supported by David Jones is now Streaming!
Photo by Wayne Quilliam