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Melissa Pretorius | 1st May 2012

SUNSHINE Coast fashion's new generation is sewing up a storm, determined to make its mark on the future of the designing world.

For many of its members, dreams of becoming a designer began at a time when the biggest problem was where Barbie's other shoe went.

Up and coming designer, SUBvert's Rachel Sheehy would steal her mother's sewing machine whenever she could.

"I've been sewing since I was 10," she said.

"I used to cut up my and my sister's clothing, but I'd get into trouble for that."   { read on!  }

Photo right:

Diploma in fashion student's working on their collections at Mooloolaba TAFE. Crizanne Bracken (24) models 'Calypso', designed by Bre Devine (19).

Photo: Cade Mooney / Sunshine Coast Daily


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