Celebrating Innovation, Diversity and Success

Celebrating Innovation, Diversity and Success

Image | Shaneiva wears Gumnut Gown by Paul McCann, winner of the 2021 Cultural Adornment & Wearable Art NIFA, National Indigenous Fashion Awards photoshoot with marie claire Australia, 2021, photo by Tristan Stefan Edouard. Celebrating innovation, diversity and...
Be Part of Country to Couture 2022

Be Part of Country to Couture 2022

Expressions of Interest are NOW OPEN! The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair  (DAAF) Foundation’s Indigenous Fashion Projects (IFP) are thrilled to invite you to apply to be part of the iconic Country to Couture fashion showcase! Held alongside DAAF each year since 2016, the...
IFP Yarns | Julie Shaw, MAARA Collective

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...
Wearing it Well

Wearing it Well

Shadeene Evens wears The Boonkaj collection by Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Country to Couture, Styled by Rhys Ripper, 2021, photo by James Giles Wearing it Well Over the past six years, DAAFF’s annual Country to Couture event has become a leading national platform to...
A peek at the 2021 Country to Couture show!

A peek at the 2021 Country to Couture show!

Foxxy Empire, Country to Couture, 2021, photo by Charlie Bliss, Getty Images Country to Couture in 2021 In August 2021, the iconic Country to Couture showcase once again returned to Larrakia Country, with an exciting runway featuring 13 First Nations collections....