The Fashion Agents' Association of WA has created this website to help agents, designers and retailers find information on the Australian Fashion Industry.

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By registering with Fashion Agents WA, you'll not only increase your visibility to potential designers and retailers, you'll also have unlimited access to our exclusive database of Australian retailers.


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Looking for your favourite brand? Browse labels and find their representative in your area, and they'll get you all the information and advice you need, including launch dates for the latest seasons and new lines.

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Are you an up-and-coming designer, looking for an agent to represent you? Find an agent to match your design philosophies in our extensive database of Western Australian agencies.

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Not sure what you're looking for yet? Browse by category to find what types of fashion our agents represent and where you can get hold of them.

Fashion Spotlight

About the FAAWA

In the mid 1960's whenever the fashion industry would meet at a formal or Christmas function, they began a movement to form some sort of association, whose main aim would be to help promote unity rather than bickering between fellow fashion agents.

So in 1967 a committee was formed and Steve Parker was made the first President of the WA branch of the Fashion Agents' Association (FAA).

The same talks were also going on in other states, and people like Colin Morton and Tony Smith would meet up with their Eastern States counterparts whilst on business trips and eventually state branches were set up in all Australian states.

Then through the 70's and 80's the national body was established and national annual conventions were held. Initially these were either in Melbourne or Sydney, but they spread out to Adelaide, Gold Coast, Hobart and one was also held (very successfully) in Perth.

Unfortunately over the years, most of the other state associations have ceased to exist and now only the WA branch remains. But the aims are still the same, mainly to foster goodwill between agents, their manufacturers and the industry in general.

Over the years WA has always had a strong executive to oversee the association and hosts an annual Christmas function which includes retailers, member and non-member agents and/or wholesalers.