Two of Bathurst's unique fashionistas are set to team up again next weekend for a fashion show promoting all things sustainable.
The show, to be held on Saturday, December 14 at 5/62 George Street, will promote a distinctive range of vintage clothing sourced by A Puppy and Her's Abby Smith, as well as a colourful assortment of jewellery from Plastic Cactus' Michelle McRobert.
In addition, the pair will host a pop-up stall the following day, leading on from their well-received collaboration in October.
Ms Smith said the show will invite audiences into the realm of possibilities surrounding vintage fashion.
"The show has an emphasis on sustainable and ethical fashion, but it's also about diversity and self-expression," she said.
"A lot of people think vintage fashion is too bright and 'out-there' for them, but we want to ensure people from any background can come and find something they feel comfortable wearing."
"For most, vintage clothing is a study in perfection."
Ms Smith said around 10 people will model in the fashion show, spanning a variety of ages and genders.
"We have a couple of girls from Vivability helping us model the outfits, and there will be a few guys proving there's plenty of vintage fashion options for men," she said.
"Men tend to be fond of those vintage prints from the 90s, but there's also a few suits from the 60s and 70s for them to experiment with."
The pair's October pop-up stall was a modest success, netting around $1500 and attracting a significant number of first-time vintage shoppers.
"We had music cranking and a mix of close friends and new faces attend; it was a rewarding experience for everyone," Ms McRobert said.
"There's a lot of room for growth, and we're aiming to put on a few more events together next year."
The fashion show will get under way from 7.30pm next Saturday, while the pop-up stall will open from 9am to 3pm the following day.