Sunshine Coast International Fashion Festival has landed a showcase exclusive.
Muslim designer Amalina Mardiyah Aman is set to present her wares at the event in October.
The designer is an advocate of modest fashion, with her looks wearable with or without a hijab.
In announcing the exclusive, Sunshine Coast Fashion Festival said her designs are decadent enough to be worn to a high-end cocktail bar or a European summer adventure.
"I gather my influences from bohemian and gypsy styles of the 1960s to 1970s era which I consider a way to connect oneself to culture, nature and the feminine side," Aman said.
"I want every individual that wears my creations to feel the exclusivity of the design."
The 31-year-old designer is of Cocos Island descent, born and raised in Western Australia before relocating to Sydney.
She started to pursue her career in 2004 after finishing at the Whitehouse Institute and the FBI fashion school.
Aman went on to be the the first Australian Muslim designer to be invited to showcase her designs internationally.
In 2011, she was invited to showcase her works at the Islamic fashion festival Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
She went on the New York, London and Jakarta.
Aman produces her collections in Australia using chiffon, lace, jersey and lycra.
With her niche in the market established, the designer is set to expand into menswear and childrenswear.