Fashion & Apparel 

The Fijian apparel and fashion industry has a rich heritage and history with a number of fashion brands manufactured and marketed all over the world. Fiji is home to some of the leading designers producing quality garments to suit you needs.

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8Mountains Fiji

Background Established on the runways of Fiji Fashion Week 2009, the company’s brand has remained true to its aesthetics in fashion design and sustainable product adaptation reflecting UN SDG’s #1-Eradication of Poverty by providing employment to women in squatter settlements, making them financially independent to make wise choices- SDG#5-Gender Equality, #12 on Sustainable Consumption & Production. 

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Akamu is a brand of S Nagindas & Co Pte Ltd which has developed new opportunities in the Specialty fashion, with a wide range of clothing and associated items which carry the unique Fiji Label.

The business continues to develop with the Fiji market and carries with pride the Designed and Made in Fiji labels, on many items. 

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Cultural footwear incorporating local artisans craft work such as masi. Wedding and special occasion footwear made to order 

Products: Ladies and men’s fashion and corporate shoes and sandals.


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Danam Fiji

Danam Fiji Ltd is an industry leader in apparel manufacturing in Fiji and the South Pacific.

As a leading exporter of apparels to some of the world’s most iconic brands, our product portfolio includes work wear, casual wear, fashion, denims, uniforms, sports and active wear market segmentation.

For more than 35 years, Danam has delivered quality apparel in a diverse range of high-demand markets whilst remaining innovative in measurable performance, technical expertise and production frameworks.

Simply put, Danam delivers exceptional quality and value. 

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Elaradi Fiji

Elaradi Fiji is a brand created by Laisiasa Davetawalu, an emerging Fijian fashion designer. A recent fashion graduate with a Bachelor of Fashion Design and recipient of the Fiji Fashion Week Rising Star of the Year Award 2022. Laisasa was given the honor of closing Fiji Fashion Week with a 15-piece collection.
Elaradi Fiji focuses on the luxury resort market, focusing on demi-couture pieces, including evening dresses, tailored garments, essential throw-over elements and swimwear.
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Hard wearing sandals designed for use in tropical environments to cope with dirt roads and wet weather. 

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Handcrafted Island Essentials Boutique

Handcrafted Island Essentials Boutique is the epitome of craftsmanship and cultural beauty inspired by the enchanting Fiji Islands. Sonam Sapra, the owner and designer, is a highly regarded, expert textile designer from Fiji who found her beginnings as a student of Parsons, the New School for Design in New York.

Sonam has since launched a textile design business committed to promoting Fiji’s Vanua (land and people) and culture, employing fashion as her vehicle. Her hand-drawn and digitally printed fabrics are showcased as raw fabric and resort-wear fashion pieces in her boutique at Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa, Denarau Island.

Her designs are exclusive prints and digitally printed designs on silk cotton, organic cotton fabrics, and retail resort/relax wear for international customers visiting Fiji. She also designs sustainable kids’ clothes and fashion accessories from her wearable art fabric offcuts.


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House of Mausio

The House of Mausio was founded in 2010 by Fashion Designer Michael Mausio who has striven to bring together unique one-off pieces for customers ensuring all pieces are unique to each client.

Each garment is made with highest ethical standard from sourcing of fabric to manufacturing, ensuring an environmentally friendly process and an ethical working standard.

The House of Mausio works on moral and ethical grounds ensuring all their staff both men and women have equal pay, working standards plus equal opportunities.

The company strives towards promoting Pacific Art and Culture through Fashion while preserving its traditions and improving the standard of living for Pacific Islanders. 

Products: Fashion wear and apparel 

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Hupfeld Hoerder Designs

Hupfeld Hoerder is an internationally acclaimed fashion designer whose desire to make a difference goes far beyond the beautiful garments he creates.

Born and raised in Fiji, the self-taught designer has worked in the fashion industry for over twenty-five years.

With his designs inspired by fibres and natural resources from the Pacific, an interest in sustainable production led him to apply for the Fashioning Fiji project and scholarship program.

Among the recent accolades, his work was recognised at the Pacific Islands Forum with Prime Ministers Anthony Albanese and Jacinda Ardern among the leaders from across the region who wore his custom designs.

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Intimate Apparel

Intimate Fiji is a locally designed swim/resort wear brand produced exclusively in the exotic Fiji Islands.

The brands unique hand drawn prints, printed fabrics and quality sewing are 100% Fijian made.

Intimate Fiji’s custom prints capture nature and ocean life surrounding our exotic home.

We hope that when you buy our 100% Fijian made brand you feel the authenticity and love that we pour into it. 

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Jadeine Whiteside

JW Fiji was created by designer Jadeine Whiteside in 2013. JW Fiji’s brand is dedicated to the unique Fijian culture clothing women and men of every age in modern day attire.

JW Fiji has meticulously designed every fabric to stand out amongst the mass and every garment has been crafted elegantly to make one feel special.

Jadeine Whiteside is a keen traveler and her designs incorporate the wonders of Asia and the serene beauty of the islands in the South Pacific, combines.  Her use of elements that are descriptive of the South Pacific like the kaleidoscopic colours of the coral, the different blues of the oceans, the richness of its forests, flora and fauna are depicted in her prints to attract that innovative, bold and sassy modern woman daring to be noticed.  JW dares to bring about a new culture of clothing – portraying a message of importance to the world.

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JIANA AND ME – a social enterprise targeted at empowering women and youth in Fiji and bridging the economic gap between our rural and urban centers whilst keeping our earth and environment at the heart of it all.

The company source all their raw materials from the Highlands of Naitasiri, the island of Taveuni, Savusavu in Vanualevu and the islands in the Lau Group. They currently employ a total of 12 women and 2 youths.

Products are made with the utmost care and with the most stunning craftsmanship.

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Kookai (Lyndhurst Limited)

KOOKAÏ is an Australian owned women’s fashion label, defined by an essence of femininity, confidence, allure and independent style. 

The KOOKAÏ collection is designed exclusively out of our Melbourne and Paris studios through a creative, symbiotic process – whereby we are forever inspired by the KOOKAÏ woman and, in turn, create pieces through which to continually inspire her. 

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LavaLani Designs

With her label LavaLani Designs, Susana Samuels began her fashion journey designing Masi wedding dresses and gowns for friends, family and pageants. Over the years she has explored other aspects of the fashion industry and is now a fully-fledged pattern maker and designer.

She now specializes in Masi couture gowns using natural bark cloth/ Masi with traditional prints from all over Fiji. She is also working on putting these prints on Fabric, where her end goal is to make Fiji itaukei traditional prints instantly recognizable internationally as Fijian.

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Malia Clothing Fiji

The Malia brand was created to help give people the opportunity to buy, wear and enjoy modern tropical island attire.

The idea for Malia came to mind when on holiday in Hawaii, where boutiques had challenged the norm and came up with fresh ways to wear iconic tropical outfits.

The name “Malia” is Polynesian, meaning ‘calm or gentle waters’.

The logo is flirty, fresh, and has an innate island vibe.

The colour pink was chosen as it links to their founder’s mother’s battle with cancer.

It was used as a reminder of the battle and hope for the future.

Their pieces are “Made in Paradise by Friendly Fijians” and then transported to homes of the style-conscious who are looking for a fun wearable piece of island attire.

Their fabric is of the highest quality and they can cater to all sizes from size 8 through to size 20 in most styles. 

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Mark One Apparel

Products/Services: Manufacturing of Shirts, Blouses, Sports Wear, Work Wear, School Wear, Dresses, Shorts, Jackets. 

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