Founder, Tš Luxuriôus Couture
Under the label Tš Luxuriôus Couture, Nigerian-born Temi Adenubi uses high-quality African print fabrics to produce custom casual, corporate, and special occasion wear.
The idea for Tš Luxuriôus Couture emerged after Temi hosted a fashion show at the 2021 A Taste of African Culture event in Shepparton. For Temi, Tš Luxuriôus Couture is an opportunity to introduce elements of Nigerian culture to the broader Australian community, and to create a culturally inclusive and diverse brand from the outset.
Tš Luxuriôus Couture is located in Shepparton, with all services available online.
From 11 Aug 2021
Duniya Behter shifts the mainstream narrative about people with migrant and refugee backgrounds, from vulnerable to capable. Women and young people in Bendigo and Shepparton drew from their cultural roots, to build creative businesses and produce new digital creative works. The name, Duniya Behter, emerged from conversations with young Cultural Facilitators employed to work on this project and it speaks to the spirit and intention of MAV’s regional Victoria program. It is a reflection of some of the cultures in Bendigo and Shepparton where the project is based. Duniya means the world in Arabic, Hindi and it’s also found in the languages of Swahili, Hazaragi, Urdu and Persian, where it holds a similar meaning. Behter means better but working together to make better.