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Fashion with Passion

April 15, 2024

The AGWA Rooftop transformed into a runway extravaganza on the weekend, with a sold-out fashion event featuring the best of WA’s emerging talent.

Graduate designers from North Metro Tafe, South Metro Tafe, Curtin University and ECU, stunned the crowd with their incredible designs.

Design Store curators Leith Groves and Rob Marshall pulled together the four different design schools and their creations.

“WA has an abundant wealth of untapped talent that needs to be grown and nurtured and it needs to be seen. AGWA is proud to be a part of supporting a thriving artistic community,” said Leith.

A big hit on the fashion runway were Bubu Bags by Grace Scharf Design. New instore, the BuBu Bag features a 3D printed design using PLA plastic, a sustainable and eco-friendly material made from natural sources such as corn and sugar cane. BuBu also creates some uber cool mirrored earrings using 3D printing technology.

We invite you to shop the runway looks below.

AGWA Design Store acknowledges the many industry professionals who donated their time and skills to make the event a success.

BuBu Bags & Earrings by Grace Scarf | $450-$495 & $120

NEW IN-STORE | Pulse Tote Bags | $25

One of Twelve Purlkartu - Spider Scarf by John Prince Siddon | $220

Juluwarlu Group Reversible Bucket Hat - Tootsie Daniels (Many Rivers) | $60

Sophie Hughes NMTafe Resin Bird | $229 (each)

AGWA x ACID.FLWRS x Broochella Fiore d'Art with Vintage Brooch - L | $230

Join us as we proudly launch a world-first art and fashion collaboration.

The Look.look. Knit is a collaboration between contemporary artist Anna Park, designer WAH-WAH Australia and AGWA.

Anna Park’s signature expressive drawings have been transposed by Australian label WAH-WAH and the result is a stunning, limited-edition knitwear capsule – only available at AGWA Design Store and WAH-WAH online.

On Saturday 20 April, we invite you to this VIP event and fashion moment.

Hosted by Vogue Australia's Editorial Director Edwina McCann, and featuring a Q&A with WAH-WAH Australia designer, Kaylene Milner, and artist Anna Park.

Tickets are limited. Reserve your place HERE.

Anna Park With Reason 2024. Charcoal, ink, paint, foam, paper mounted on panel, 152.4 x 121.9 x 7.6 cm. Anna Park Look, look. 2024. Charcoal, ink, paint, foam, paper mounted on panel, 228.6 x 177.8 x 10.8 cm. Artwork images © Anna Park, Courtesy of the artist and BLUM, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo. Photos: Genevieve Hanson. Fashion photos: Rift Photography.