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Indigenous fashion takes centre stage at Country to Couture

DARWIN, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 04 Model walks during Country to Couture at the Darwin Convention Centre on August 4, 2021 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Charlie Bliss/Getty Images for DAAF)
‘From dusk to dawn’ was the theme of this year’s Country to Couture showcase of Indigenous fashion, and the designers certainly delivered, sending a wide range of looks down the runway from glamorous evening wear to cool athleisure — but all with a culturally significant story to tell.  Now in its sixth year, Country to Couture is part of the annual Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) and features collections from Indigenous designers as well as collaborations between First Nation