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Every Australian Designer Showing At Paris Fashion Week | ELLE

The international fashion weeks are racing towards us, with the Fall Winter 2024-25 collections debuting on the runway in February and March.

Last season, we saw Australian designer Christopher Esber make a memorable debut at Paris Fashion Week Spring Summer 2024.

Esber, who is already beloved internationally by the likes of Dua Lipa and Zendaya, was a natural fit for the week, showing a collection of beautifully draped and gathered fabrics, featuring Esber’s iconic cut-outs and abstract embellishments. So, which Aussie designers could soon been hanging off A-listers the world over?

While the official schedule has not been made public for the FW24-25 showings, there’s already news of some Australian designers on the roster.

Here’s what we know.

Australian Designers At Paris Fashion Week – Fall / Winter 2024-25

Zimmermann

Zimmermann’s Spring Summer 2024 showing at Paris Fashion Week, September-October 2023. Image: Getty

Australian label Zimmermann is no stranger to Paris Fashion Week. The brand, founded by Nicky and Simone Zimmermann in 1991, has made appearances at a number of international fashion weeks, including New York and Paris.

Zimmermann made its Paris Fashion Week debut in 2022, returning again 2023 and, now, 2024.

Details: TBC

Check them out at zimmermann.com.

First Colours 

First Colours will make its debut at Paris Fashion Week in 2024. Image: Supplied

First Colours has been selected as a rising star, and will appear in Paris Fashion Week’s Flying Solo: Ones To Watch group showcase – the largest independent showcase of upcoming designers. This emerging Aussie brand, founded by Emily Savage, will show eight looks as part of the feature.

First Colours is a slow fashion brand, spotlighting 100% recycled, organic, natural or deadstock fabrics. 

Date: February 29, 2024

Where: Galerie Bourbon, Paris

Check them out at firstcolours.com.au.

While that’s all for now, we’re hoping to see more local talent on the ballot across the two major seasons.