Antonia Leigh - Public Relations
Advertising, Branding, UI/UX, Web Design
July 30th, 2017
Antonia Leigh is one of Australia’s leading fashion marketing creatives and connectors. With over 20 years public relationsand fashion industry experience, her boutique agency offers unique strategic, business and creative advice, as well as a high-end production services. She has represented a diverse range of fashion and retail clients throughout her career including Westfield, Supa Centa Moore Park,www.anotherlove.com, Tina Kalivas, 18th Amendment, AMP Capital, Josh Goot, Ciroc Vodka, Tanqueray No TEN, Marcs, Australian Wool Innovation, Laurent Perrier, Vittoria Coffee, SAND Denmark, Stuart Weitzman, Woolmark, Gucci, VW, Westfield, Hilton, Kookai, Jigsaw, Karen Millen, Gucci, Omega and many others.
In recent years, Leigh has raised the glamour stakes in Australian malls by specialising in creating relationships between major retailers and fashion designers. It started in 2001, when by introducing Westfield to the fashion space, she helped create a high-end shopping centre in Bondi Junction. She has subsequently worked on leasing and marketing for Westfield Doncaster, Westfield Sydney and Supa Centa Moore Park. She is currently collaborating with AMP Capital on revitalising Macquarie Centre on Sydney’s north shore and transforming Pacific Fair shopping centre on the Gold Coast into a luxury lifestyle and shopping destination.
Leigh has a global understanding of fashion, having spent seven years in Milan, Italy producing award winning campaigns, books and high end shows. Working with legendary fashion publicist Karlo Otto, she was public relations manager and producer for some of the biggest names in the business— Emilio Pucci, Marni, Nike, Bally, Hussein Chalayan, Jean Paul Gaultier, Marc Newson, Antonio Beradi, Philippe Starck and Michael Kors.
Leigh’s creativity has also seen her produce high-end exhibitions in the fashion and design space. These exhibitionsinclude coordinating and conceptualising Back to Back and 200 years of Wool at the Powerhouse Museum.