Aussie labels with international acclaim, such as Zimmermann and Alice McCall, have paved the way for up-and-coming talent, such as Albus Lumen, Anna Quan and Lee Matthews.
Below - in no particular order - we've listed the 11 most popular Australian labels, many of which are probably sitting pretty in your wardrobe already.
11. Hansen & Gretel
Hansen & Gretel burst onto the Australian fashion scene last year, fast becoming a staple in every fashion girl's wardrobe. Likened to that of Danish brand Ganni, Hansen & Gretel does fun printed shirts, easy slip dresses and everything in between.
Founded in 2008 by lifelong friends Edwina Robinson and Adrian Norris, AJE is the fun, flirty and feminine label that oozes cool. Just take one look at their Instagram (complete with a following of 246k) and you'll instantly want to throw out everything in your wardrobe and replace it with Aje's cute pleated dresses and embellished blouses.
9. Realisation Par
You'd be forgiven for thinking cult-label Realisation Par was born in America. But, in actual fact, designers Alexandra Spencer and Teale Talbot started the brand in Melbourne, before it quickly gained a huge international following, including with celebrities such as Kaia Gerber, Bella Hadid and Alexa Chung.
8. Spell Byron Bay
Spell Byron Bay is every boho girl's dream, complete with a cult following (927k on Instagram alone), celebrity fans such as Alessandra Ambrosio and Vanessa Hudgens, and sell-out items with lines out the door of their flagship Byron Bay store.
7. Bec + Bridge
Bec and Bridge might have been founded in 2003, but thanks to a huge celebrity fanbase, the Aussie label is now more popular than ever. Boasting a cool 532k Instagram followers and celebrity converts such as Kim Kardashian, Gigi Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, Selena Gomez, Kendall Jenner Em Rata and Kaia Gerber.
6. Camilla & Marc
Seen on everyone from Meghan Markle to Kendall Jenner, renowned Aussie brand Camilla & Marc has long been a favourite of women everywhere (let's be honest, you need no convincing, you're probably wearing it right now). Boasting 293 k followers on Instagram and with a standout show at this year's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia, the label, started by designers Camilla Freeman-Topper and Marc Freeman, is going from strength to strength.
ELLERY is the label that makes you feel cooler just by thinking of wearing it. With everyone from Rihanna to Solange Knowles, Cate Blanchett and Elle Fanning as fans, ELLERY now shows on-schedule at Paris Fashion Week - something only two Australian designers had been approved to do before.
4. Dion Lee
Founded in 2009, Dion Lee has long been a staple in every Australian woman's wardrobe. Now it's also a staple in the wardrobes of Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Selena Gomez. Hate to break it to you Bella, but we wore it first.
3. Toni Maticevski
Think of Toni Maticevski and instantly beautiful wedding dresses pop to mind, but so do race day appropriate dresses, embellished gowns and structured blazers. Founded in 1999 in Melbourne, It's the Australian label that does it all - ridiculously well.
Founded in 1991 by sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann, the fun and feminine label has worldwide acclaim, showing at New York Fashion Week every season. With 1.2m followers on Instagram alone and a huge celebrity fanbase, Zimmermann has cemented itself firmly at the forefront of Australian fashion.
1. Alice McCall
In 2004, designer Alice McCall launched her namesake label which soon took off to become one of the country's most beloved brands. Alice McCall's fun and flirty designs have been worn by celebrities from Jennifer Lopez to Gigi Hadid to Kristen Stewart.