The Australian fashion industry revived after the crisis

The Australian fashion industry revived after the crisis The financial crisis will be soon over and The Australian Fashion Industry expects better financial results.

Last year, Fashion Week in Australia was 15% less than the previous year.

There were presented only 41 brands, which showed patterns similar to those in major fashion capitals New York, London, Paris and Milan.

But this year there is more interest, says Daniel Hill, senior manager of IMG Fashion Australia.

Between 3 and 7 May are planned over 60 reviews, with more than 165 registered international buyers, including Selfridges and Net-A-Porter from the UK, Fred Segal and Urban Outfitters U.S.

Fashion Week began with the presentation of Carla Zampati spring-summer 2010-2011 collection.

Photo: Australian model Miranda Kerr takes to the catwalk wearing a creation by Sass and Bide during the David Jones 'Long White Winter' Fashion Show at the Hordern Pavillion in Sydney, Australia, 10 February 2010. Kerr, a David Jones fashion ambassador, was joined by other models on the catwalk to present Fall/Winter 2010 Australian designers' collections. EPA/LEE BESFORD AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT
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