MFF First Nations Fashion & Design Pop-Up
Browse and buy exclusive threads from 30 leading First Nations artists and designers at this Melbourne Central store.
If your wardrobe or house is in need of some fresh threads or homewares, you'll find a taste of the latest and greatest in First Nations design, handily located all in the one spot at this pop-up. The First Nations Fashion and Design (FNF+D) pop-up store has made its debut at Melbourne Central, with an extended three-week appearance as part of Melbourne Fashion Week.
Now running until Sunday, April 4, the pop-up showcases a curation of wares from more than 30 of Australia's most celebrated First Nations artists and designers, the space filled with exclusive pieces you won't be able to get your mitts on anywhere else.
Among the covetable lineup, you'll find kicks from the much-hyped Cungelella Art x Twoobs collaboration, bags from the just-dropped FFF x Ikuntji Range, a selection of Grace Lillian Lee's one-off woven statement pieces, AARLI Fashion's limited-edition kimonos, ethical children's wear by Amber Days, colourful Keema Co accessories and stacks more.
Plus, those on the hunt for new homewares should head to the pop-up's Yarning Circle, featuring works from the likes of Emro Designs and Tiwi Island artist Clair Helen.
MFF First Nations Fashion + Design Pop-Up is open daily from 10am–7pm.