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Another stellar year at PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival

Architectus, Slattery and MPA proudly united as a consortium to support PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival’s First Nations Pathways Program, as the work of the many talented creatives behind-the-scenes came to life on the runway.

Held on 7 March, the Emerging Mob in Fashion Runway X Fujitsu show has been highly commended as one of the 2024 Festival highlights, bringing the audience to its feet with its high-energy, bold, and vibrant celebration of First Nations artistry.

“Events like this are defining contemporary Australian design with First Nations voices at the centre,” said Architectus Principal, Ruth Wilson.

The consortium provided vital funding to the First Nations Pathways Program – a joint initiative of Melbourne Fashion Festival and Mob in Fashion that supports First Nations creatives working behind-the-scenes at the festival and provides pathways for fashion careers.


Thomas Dixon Centre achieves world-first WELL Certification™
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese officially opens Flinders University’s Health and Medical Research Building