Brisbane Fashion Festival has cemented its place on the Australian fashion calendar as the first-of-the-season launch for Spring/Summer collections to the rest of the country,
showcasing the very best local fashion designers, including leading industry names, homegrown favourites, and the brightest talents.

Last week saw the 16th iteration with events spanning over 5 days.
Hosted in the heart of Brisbane City, in King George Square and City Hall, the Festival welcomed
fashion enthusiasts and creatives alike to celebrate all things fashion.


With a reputation for crafting clothing that celebrates femininity in all its forms, Sacha Drake has long been a staple in the fashion landscape.

Her journey as a designer has been marked by a commitment to designing for women of various ages, sizes, and styles. This dedication has earned her a loyal following and a well-deserved place in the hearts of fashion enthusiasts.

Sacha's creations have been walking the Brisbane Fashion runway since 2007 and are widely celebrated by women

Sacha is pictured middle left with a few of her extraordinary designs from this years BFF runway show. She chose one of her vintage black dress designs for the occasion showing just how timeless her designs really are.


Sequins and a kaleidoscope of colours lit up the runway for the 2023 fashion show as designers showcased the best upcoming designs of the season.

The SACHA DRAKE new spring collection embodies splashes of hot pink and blue sea tones making this range the perfect colour palette for the season of weddings and spring soirees ahead.

Sequins also shone under the lights with much applaud from the crowed showing that sequin garments are here to stay and are still one of the biggest trends for 2023.

Our 2023 brisbane Fashion Festival looks are now avaialble to order online and can be found by clicking here. With so many great options to choose from, you'll find something for every occasion and spring event.

Photographed is the fabulous Sequin Palazzo Pant in Silver

BFF Beyond DV Dress to Express Walk

Last Friday saw the Beyond DV ‘Dress to Express’ walk in Brisbane City which officially closed the 5-day Brisbane Fashion Festival.

Beyond DV supports women and children to rebuild their lives through recovery programs and services after abuse.

Survivors, supporters, and ambassadors walked together in their favourite outfits to raise awareness for abusive relationships and coercive control.

We were extremely honoured to see the beautiful Lady Mayoress Nina Schrinner and Beyond DV Founder Carolyn Robinson both sporting SACHA DRAKE ensembles for the event. We applaud these ladies for continuing to bring awareness to such an important topic.

Lady Mayoress can be seen second from the right wearing the elegant Follow the Dream Maxi Dress. Get her look by clicking here.


Sacha Drake's participation in the Brisbane Fashion Festival has once again solidified her reputation as a visionary in the world of fashion.

Her ability to capture the essence of spring through vibrant colons and inspiring gowns demonstrates her unwavering commitment to celebrating the beauty and diversity of women and fashion.

As the festival concludes, the memory of Sacha Drake's collection lingers, a reminder of the magic that can be woven when fashion and art collide on the runway.

We cant wait to see you next year for this calendar event of the season.

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