The Fashion District of Sydney is a place to be seen, says its creator, who hopes to inspire a generation of women to wear fashion once again

Posted March 24, 2020 08:53:06 The Fashion district of Sydney has been described as “the most influential city in the world for fashion”.

Melbourne-based entrepreneur and blogger Elizabeth Suckling says the fashion district of the CBD is a space for the community to come together and “experience a new wave of culture”.

“We’ve always loved Sydney, it’s such a beautiful city and its such a great place to live,” Ms Suckled said.

“When we started it we didn’t know what to expect.

It’s a really exciting time for Sydney.”

Ms Sucklings said the Fashion District had become a venue for events, including fashion shows and the New Years Eve celebration, where attendees would gather and take photos with the people who helped them create the designs.

“It’s really a celebration of all the people that are involved,” Ms Swinkling said.

“We are really excited to see how we can create a space where the people are able to be themselves and to do things and create something together.”

A decade ago, Ms Sinklings and her husband started the Sydney Fashion District, a social event in the CBD where they created a range of new designs and collaborations with local designers.

“I really started with my husband to start a business and it just kind of snowballed from there,” Ms Dyson said.

Ms Dyson is a founder of the Sydney-based design company Fashion Design & Design.

She said the area around the Fashion district had become something of a hub for the local fashion industry and a place for the Sydney community to interact.

“This area is really, really important for the future of the city and we’re all really proud of it,” Ms Ander said.

The Sydney Fashion district is a unique and growing space in Sydney, with a range on display that include handcrafted dresses, handcrafted shoes and clothing.

“The Fashion District is a great venue for us to showcase these different things,” Ms Eustice said.

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