DESIGNER Robert Kennedy's latest collection is a tribute to the golden age of travel, inspired by the old Grand Pacific Hotel.
Mr Kennedy, who launched the collection last Monday at Tappoo City, said his designs were always inspired by Fiji's natural beauty.
"In all of my design work, be it fashion, art or homeware, my key inspiration is the natural beauty of the Fiji Islands," Mr Kennedy said.
"From flowers and leaves, to spectacular sea life and shells, to the attractiveness of the people, I am constantly motivated by Fiji's abundant splendour."
The launch of his collection was complemented by statement necklaces from Hot Glass proprietor Alice Hill.
Kennedy said his garments targeted Fiji women from 25 years old, adding there were plans to market his designs overseas in the future.
"I do a large range of sizes and am very conscious of island women's sizes.
"My buyers range from locals to tourists visiting Fiji, and Fijians of the Fiji diaspora all over the world."
Tappoo Group company director Harish Tappoo said they were happy to continue working with Mr Kennedy.