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Fashique Runway – Connecting Fashion With Caring For Country

Story: Sally Eberhardt
Published On : Mar 19, 2024
Fashique Runway – Connecting Fashion With Caring For Country
High fashion meets upcycling and caring for country in a black-tie evening of glamour, inspiration and sustainability.

Fashique Runway 2024 brings you a rare opportunity to experience the remarkable talents of homegrown and international First Nation designers. Culture, creativity and conscious living are expressed in every detail of the extravaganza – from the three-course dinner featuring local produce with indigenous flavours to the diversity of designs in the luxurious yet sustainable setting.

Cheryl Creed, founder of Fashique Runway and Murrii Quu Couture, said she was inspired by wanting to create a platform where emerging designers, models, and artists could showcase their work and be appreciated for their unique perspectives and contributions toward ‘Caring for Country’.

“Caring for Country to me embodies a deep sense of responsibility and stewardship,” Cheryl said. “It involves respecting and preserving the land, acknowledging the interconnectedness of all living things and ensuring that we take actions today that will safeguard the well-being of future generations.

“My vision for the future is one where creativity knows no bounds and fashion is a catalyst for positive change. Ultimately, we aim to instil an appreciation for designers advocating for responsible fashion practices and challenge the industry to prioritise sustainability.”

This will be Cheryl’s third Fashique Runway but first in the Brisbane area.

From humble beginnings to the Haute Couture catwalks of Milan, Cheryl’s elegant designs are gaining attention both at home and overseas.

Queensland Governor, Her Excellency Dr Jeanette Young, attended an event in an evening dress designed by Cheryl, and Italian actress and TV presenter Sarah Maestri graced the cover of Vanity Fair (Italia) wearing a Murrii Quu Couture design.

Cheryl said that at the heart of Fashique Runway is their commitment to responsible fashion.

“We are a beacon for slow fashion and keeping clothing out of landfill where it has a negative impact,” she said.

Come and enjoy this fabulous evening of fine dining and unleashed creativity where fashion meets purpose and community flourishes.

Ticket prices vary from $160 to $220 per person or $1000 for a table of eight. For more information and to book go to

Fashique Runway 2024
Wednesday, 10 April,
HOPE Centre
18 Buchanan Street, Rothwell.