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Pandemic Isolation Has Reignited Australian Fashion’s Rebellious, Creative Streak
When Australia shut down international travel as the rest of the world reopened post-pandemic, hand wringing began about the cultural cost to the country. With some of the globe’s strictest border rules, international buyers along with local fashion creatives were grounded. For the first time in two years and the second Australian Fashion Week since the outbreak of Covid-19, the press and buyer contingent was noticeably leaner, raising the question about the purpose for runways. Vogue Australia’s Alice Birrell weighs in on this season’s Australian Fashion Week highlights.
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