TAFE SA Fashion Graduates Showcase Emerging Designs

The shopfront of the Workshop at 151 Hindley Street has been transformed into a colourful and bustling boutique for emerging fashion.

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WorkshopThe shopfront of the Workshop at 151 Hindley Street has been transformed into a colourful and bustling boutique for emerging fashion.

TAFE SA fashion design graduates are part of this exciting initiative which allows the Adelaide fashion set to buy direct from emerging local designers.

Acting as both a studio and retail space, Workshop, is a collaborative effort by fashion designers and TAFE SA graduates Lachy Lang, Julie White of self‐titled label Julie White, Alice Rawlinson of Divine Madness, and Gemma Stocks of Petronella.

Renew Adelaide is the urban renewal program behind this project of transforming Adelaide’s disused shopfronts and buildings with artist and community‐run initiatives.

“Workshop is about assisting independent designers as a platform to establish their business in terms of producing and distributing garments,” said Ms White.

“Such a space is essential if Adelaide’s emerging fashion industry is to grow, and we hope to provide a unique fashion experience where the public can buy directly from the designer.”

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