Fashion and the streets of the city are deeply integrated -  things seen as a street style are picked by high fashion designers and then become a fashion trend within a year and come back to the streets seen at mass market stores shortly after the world's iconic fashion weeks. 
This year Melbourne Fashion Week changed that rule letting high fashion to go on a streets, so grab your coffee, head to MFW website for the map of  Fashion Capsules - Melbourne Fashion Week 2021 and start your latest Australian fashion discovery!
76 talented designers and artist with diverse background and unique approach to fashion are presented at colourful MFW Capsules exhibition. Joyful and bold displays are exposed to citizens featuring works from Cassie Leatham, Cat Who Knits, Chris Ran Lin, Claudia Lau, Jalaru Photography, Jordan Fleming, Karla Laidlaw, Mikaela Stafford, Moss Tunstall, NATSUI, Ngali, Oscar Keene, Tiwi Design x Ossom (THATS US!!!), Posture Studio, Screenwear Studio, Srivanti Roy, Syna Chen, Tessy King, Themme Fatale and VERNER.
Significant attention is dedicated to Art of Country and rich Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island cultural heritage, view this  collection of works from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island artists, fashion designers and collaborating artists from around the country at Collins Place, 45 Collins Street. We are really proud to see that First Nations Art and Textiles occupies more and more space in Australian and International fashion industry. See how beautiful work from Aunty Beverley Meldrum, Black Cat Couture in collaboration with Papulankutja Art Centre, Iluka Sax-Williams, Jalaru Photography, Moydra Designs, Ngali, Paul McCann, Wild Blak Arts and  Tiwi Designs by Ossom become part of the modern communication about art, heritage and sustainability by means of clothing, created and curated by Melbourne Fashion Week.  
Thanks @mothdesign and photographer @albertcomper for great photos!


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