Green is the new black on runway

GREEN fashions were on show at Cultiver's DWELL sustainability festival on the weekend.

A range of ethically-made imported clothes as well as Australian-made fashions and Cultiver's own upcycled clothing was on show on Saturday's runway show.

Cultiver co-owner Rebecca Lewis said the festival and the fashion parade were well received.

"We were really pleased by the number of people who attended," she said.

"We've had a lot of really nice comments from people who attended, it seems like it was quite well received.

"Overall we were very pleased with how it all went."

Along with the runway show the DWELL sustainability festival included morning markets and a forum held on Saturday night.



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