Kirrikin Unveils the YES Collection During Melbourne Fashion Week
Tue Oct 31 2023 by Lauren Davidson
Kirrikin Shines at Melbourne Fashion WeekFrom international runways to press interviews and new business ventures, it certainly has been a busy month for celebrated First Nations Fashion brand Kirrikin.
Narelda Yonga's DressIntroducing our unique Narelda Yonga’s Dress, where elegance meets whimsy.
Unveiling the YES CollectionWhilst this may be a returning runway event for Healy and the brand, this year saw Kirrikin create further conversation amongst guests and media with the presentation of their recently launched YES collection.
The Kaye Dress PinkIntroducing the Pink dress, the Kaye dress by artist Kaye White.
International Ventures and Future AspirationsWhile last night's runway was quite the talking point, Kirrikin has also made several headlines this month for the brand's international travels to London, the Hague, Vienna, Budapest, and Dubai.
Featured Images by: Naomi Rahim.
In the bustling heart of Melbourne, Kirrikin brought a vibrant burst of culture and fashion to Melbourne Fashion Week. Amanda Healy's brainchild, Kirrikin, made its mark once again, this time with the captivating YES collection. This year's runway presentation resonated with hope, resilience, and the rich tapestry of Indigenous creativity.
Amanda Healy, the visionary behind Kirrikin fashion brand, seamlessly melds luxurious Australian art with contemporary fashion, underpinned by an unwavering commitment to sustainability and the promotion of Indigenous culture. With over three decades of experience in the mining industry, Amanda's unconventional journey culminated in the establishment of Kirrikin in 2014.