Revive Second-hand Fashion Festival
Join in the festivities, come and meet some of Brisbane’s most stylish, savvy fashionistas and learn how to master pre-loved styling by incorporating second-hand clothes into your wardrobe at the Revive Pop-up Second-hand Fashion Festival.
In its third year, this one-day community event returns to the Cultural Forecourt at South Bank Parklands, promising to be bigger and better than before. Come along and express yourself, embrace your individual style and support the local charities.
The event will be held on Friday 17 August 2018 and will feature local charities, retailers, students, crafters, clothes vendors and slow fashion experts to offer a fun fashion-focused program of activities, such as markets, runway shows, live entertainment as well as delicious bites from some of Brisbane’s best food trucks.
Brisbane City Council is committed to keeping Brisbane clean, green and sustainable by reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill, you can do your part by making an effort to tread a little lighter in the closet, rethinking your purchases, expressing your individuality with second-hand clothes and repairing your clothing.
Discover your style with unique second-hand fashion incorporated into your wardrobe.
Great tips from some of Brisbane’s seriously savvy second-hand shoppers and stylists.
Learn how to tweak your clothes or maybe make T-shirt bag at our Revive workshops.
Come and see what’s on the Revive runway, there is something for everyone!
Many everyday items can be reused and upcycled. Check out our top tips to help you reuse more things at home.
Find out how to become a super second-hand stylist with top thrifting tips from blogger, Hannah Klose from Nevereverpayretail (NEPR).
Find out what kind of shopper you are and the second-hand shopping tips to match your shopper style.
Visit Council tip shops or continue to hunt for pre-loved bargains by finding Revive stallholders in their permanent locations across Brisbane.
Watch this short video to learn more about what you can experience at this year's Revive Second-Hand Fashion Festival.
You can also view this video on Council's YouTube channel.