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I am an alumnus of the National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi, India. I have a Master’s degree in Fashion Design with honors from the Auckland University of Technology.

For my Master’s research project, I worked closely with Tongan Tapa cloth painters. I have worked with buying and fashion houses in the United States of America, Europe, Australasia, and the Middle East. I have dressed models, beauty queens, and film stars. I have been covered widely by print and visual media in Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, and India. I lecture at international conferences and write articles on fashion and textiles in Australia, New Zealand, and India. I was a finalist at the Style Pasifika Fashion Awards in Auckland for two successive years. For a decade, I was the Coordinator of Major Studies (Fashion and Costume Design) at the Academy of Design Australia (AoDA), Port Melbourne.

I felt there was a need for fashion to reinvent itself. Fast fashion, a polluting, wasteful, and unethical industry needed to be replaced with a process that addressed sustainability, ethics, and handmade. I started Deidaaecogifts online. As the name suggests, Deidaaecogiftsonline sells unique gifts that are eco, ethically made, and handcrafted. My label Deidaa was one of the four Australian fashion businesses selected to showcase at World Boutique, Hong Kong.

I was a finalist in the Sustainability Champion of the Year category at the National Retail Awards, Australia and in the Sustainability category at the Ausmumpreneur Awards in 2021. I was a finalist in three categories of the Ausmumpreneuer Awards – Fashion, Sustainability, and Multicultural Business Excellence. I won the silver trophy in the sustainability category.

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Travel facts about Uluru:
Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is a sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory, Australia’s arid “Red Centre”. Uluru is sacred to indigenous Australians and is thought to have started forming around 550 million years ago. It is within Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Other than Uluru, Kata Tjuta has 36 red rock domes.

Uluru is sacred to indigenous Australians and is thought to have started forming around 550 million years ago.

Nearest large town : Alice Springs, 450km from Uluru

How to get there: Fly to Yulara airport from Australian cities like Sydney, Melbourne and others. I flew Jetstar from Melbourne.
Drive to Uluru from Alice Springs. It is approximately a 5 hour drive

Accommodation: Accommodation to suit different budgets is available
I stayed at Sails in the Desert

Things to do
Field of Light Dinner
Camel Rides


Sunrise and Sunset tours