Grab one of our warm Mardi Gras Monogrammed Sherpas. Perfect for keeping warm, being cute and catching beads. If you want a more fitted look order a size down. Do you need the softest pair of leggings to go with this Sherpa? Check out of Suede Feel Motto Leggings.
Buff and beautiful revellers at Sydney Mardi Gras | Daily Mail Online
Police have released footage of a man they would like to speak to after three others were charged over an alleged assault on teenage girls amid Sydney Mardi Gras celebrations. The Sydney Cricket Ground was a sea of hot pants and impossibly high heels as thousands of spectators streamed in to celebrate Mardi Gras. With the official Mardi Gras parade moving to the Sydney Cricket Ground, a march protesting the detention of refugees and Aboriginal deaths in custody will take over Oxford Street. No jumping on milk crates for a view. As a Perth newsreader, Narelda Jacobs had to mute her desire as a gay Aboriginal woman with a keen eye for injustice to speak out. But now the television journalist, and host of the Mardi Gras broadcast shares her new power and vision for a brighter future. The Mardi Gras parade may not be sashaying up Oxford Street next year, but lord mayor Clover Moore still wants traffic blocked from the busy thoroughfare.
Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras During COVID-19
Thousands of revellers have donned their best and brightest outfits as they flocked to the Sydney Cricket Ground for a Mardi Gras like never before. For the first time in its year history the Mardi Gras parade will not go down Oxford Street but will instead be held at the SCG on Saturday evening, with international superstar Rita Ora as the headline act. The annual celebration was forced to adapt its event because of the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on social gatherings. Attendees celebrated the historic event by dressing in style, sharing kisses with loved ones and waving rainbow flags, pompoms and ribbons.
Mardi Gras acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, who are the traditional owners of the land on which our events are held. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land. Mardi Gras started in the spirit of protest. Together, we create the community we live in, and united we fight for what matters to us: Acknowledgement of the First Nations land that we meet on.