Adaptive Clothing Collective debut runway presentation at AAFW. Featuring Christina Stephens and JAM the label. Sydney, Thursday 12 May at 10am.
The Adaptive Clothing Collective is a unified voice for inclusive and adaptive clothing labels in Australia and abroad. Founded in 2021 by three of Australia’s leading adaptive fashion labels, Adaptive Clothing Collective is a membership organisation that represents established and emerging Australian adaptive and inclusive clothing designers and labels.
The purpose of the Collective is threefold: to be the voice that brings strength and unity of message to mainstream media, retail and the fashion industries; to educate; and to create growth and opportunities for adaptive clothing labels in Australia and abroad.
Front Row $239
Second Row $179
Third Row $139
Fourth Row $109
+ booking fee
All tickets include access to The Hub at Carriageworks, San Pellegrino soft beverages and Vittoria coffee.
This is an industry presentation open to the public. Seats are strictly limited.
Sydney, Thursday 12 May at 10am.
245 Wilson St, Eveleigh
Carriageworks is an accessible venue.
Further information on access can be found on the Carriageworks website.