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Fashion Industry Trade Associations in Australia

Australian fashion, after going through a trying phase, now, is nicely aligned in the league of major global fashion players. The Australian fashion standard is ranked third after US and Europe. The numerous vibrating fashion shows, which are organized in its fashion hubs like Sydney and Melbourne, are a clear indicator of its intentions to be on top, too soon. After seeing the shopping patterns of native shoppers, while they buy Australian jewelry, Australian footwer and Australian dresses, in Australia, one can easily trace out the changing shape of Australian fashion, which was so far being considered as a place of rugged cowboy fashion only. This paradigm shift in Australian fashion has been largely brought by an affiramative, and modern, approach adopted by the Australian fashion designers and Australian fashion trade associations.

Keep yourself updated with the comprehensive information of Australia trade associations pertaining to the Australian fashion industry in this section along with their site address, brief description, contact address, phone numbers and fax numbers.


West Australian Industry Association
DESCRIPTION : West Australian Industry Association was formed in 2002, as a non-profit organization and it aims at supporting and promoting the fashion industry throughout the country. This association is committed to raise the growth of the fashion industry and promote this industry on the national and international level. WAFIA also encourages new talent in the fashion industry.
PO Box 150, North Perth,WA 6906, Australia
+(61) 423 507 620
Council of Textile and Fashion Industries of Australia
DESCRIPTION : This council is a representative body of Australia's textile, clothing, footwear and fashion industries. TFIA is the top most industrial organization representing Australia's Textile and Clothing Industry. The association is largely involved in policy development and regulations with the government in matters relating to clothing and textile. The TIFA is divided into a board, an executive committee, clothing division and textile division. TIFA also organizes forums and seminars to ensure a free flow of ideas.
Level 2, 20 Queens Road, Melbourne VIC 3004, Australia
+(61) 3 8317 6666
+(61) 3 8317 6666
Melbourne Development Board
DESCRIPTION : The Melbourne Development Board (MDB) is the official trading name for Melbourne Central and Southern Area Consultative Committee Incorporated. MDB was created by the Australian Government in the year 1995. The aim of MDB is to stimulate the economic development and growth of the region. It also executes various projects, which help in creating new jobs and improving the economy of the region.
368A Hawthorn Road, Caulfield 3162, VIC, Australia
+ (61) 3 9523 1466
Fashion Agents Association of Western Australia
DESCRIPTION : Fashion agents association is a national body which was formed in 1967 in Australia to cater to the fashion agents and promote their interests. The first President of the Western Australia branch of Fashion Agents Association was Steve Parker. The main aim of the association is to create a good relationship between the fashion agents, the manufacturers of these products and fashion industry as a whole.
Unit 5 Building A, Welshpool Business Enterprise Centre, 33-37 Murray Road, SouthWelshpool WA 6107, Australia
+(61) 8 9351 5856
+(61) 8 9350 5147
Design Institute of Australia
DESCRIPTION : The Design Institute of Australia was formed in 1947 in Melbourne by the name of Society of Designers for Industry. The DIA is a multi- disciplianary professional body catering to all the designers and design businesses. It not only provides support to the designer professionals but also acts as a link between the Australian government and the industry.
486 Albert Street, East Melbourne VIC 3002, GPO Box 4352, Melbourne VIC 3001, Australia
+(61) 3 8662 5490
+(61) 3 8662 5358
Fashion Technicians Association Australia
DESCRIPTION : The Fashion Technician Association Australia was established on 17th October 2001 with the main aim of representing and furthering the needs and interests of professional technicians working in the Australian garment industry. The association forges links with the garment industry bodies, government institutions and institutions providing research and training facilities.
Level 1 / 114 Moor St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia
+(61) 3 9417 7721
+(61) 3 9417 7724
Gemmological Association of Australia
DESCRIPTION : Gemmological Association of Australia was founded in Sydney on 29th October 1945, as a non-profit trade organization. This association is responsible for educating members of the gem and Jewelry industry, and the general public, about all aspects of gemstones and their substitutes. The membership of GAA is open to general public as well as people involved in gems and jewelry industry. The aim of the association is to promote the study of gemology and research about gemstones and gem related materials..
Gemmology House, 24 Wentworth Avenue, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia
+(61) 2 9264 5078
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