SHE will create history when she showcases her collection in tomorrow night's Echoes of the Pacific category of the Fiji Fashion Week in Suva.
Tokavahua Tinefe'uiaki, 29, will be the first person out of Wallis and Futuna to showcase her design internationally.
While she only started designing three years ago, Ms Tinefe'uiaki is excited to show Fiji a glimpse of Wallis and Futuna fashion.
"The fashion industry in Wallis and Futuna is small, so it is an honour for me to be representing my country at the Fiji Fashion Week," she said through an intepreter.
Ms Tinefe'uiaki has been following Fiji Fashion Week for the past two years over the internet. During her interview, her face lit up when asked how she felt being in this year's show.
"Fiji Fashion Week is big! I am happy to be finally here," she said.
"I have always followed it online through the years and to finally make it this year is a huge achievement not only for me but for my country."
Her label is called TFK, initials of her and her son's name but for tomorrow night, the collection she will be showing is called K.986 - her son's name and the country code for Wallis and Futuna.
"I only started this collection in August, especially for Fiji Fashion Week.
"I used a lot of natural and local fibres found in Wallis and Futuna and some tapa material as well.
"I hope that through my collection, Fiji will see the potential Wallis and Futuna has in the fashion industry."
The Echoes of the Pacific will begin at the Vodafone Arena in Suva at 7:30pm tomorrow.