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Sydney, Australia – 24 August 2023. TVSN launched two exciting new brands during Fashion Week this week, 21 – 27 August. The two new brands, Culture and Betty Basics made their TVSN debut with gorgeous collections that showcase cross-cultural influences and style that seamlessly integrates into everyday life.



Culture is a brand celebrates you. It is raw and proudly feminine and combines exclusivity with comfort and style for classic pieces that allow you to be you. Culture uses rich fabrics and natural textures in earthy tones with colourful statements that offer you exquisite detail in classic, comfy garments.

Betty Basics

Betty Basics is a Melbourne-based fashion label focused on designing casual, basic staples. They wholeheartedly concentrate on designing for every woman, and every body type that seamlessly integrate into everyday life. The Betty Basics collection combines style and functionality using quality fabrics and design innovation that champions comfort without sacrificing style sophistication.


The unveiling of Culture and Betty Basics which represent the diversity and dynamism that defines modern fashion for modern women, adds an exciting layer to TVSN Fashion Week, which already boasts a lineup of established and renowned brands including, Silk Islands, Lula Soul, Nina Leonard, Hammock and Vine, Marco Polo, Ridley Fashion, Django and Juliette, Vionic footwear and Serenade Beverley Hill handbags.


Immerse yourself in a world of on-trend fashion, style innovation, and quality brands that inspire you to be you this Fashion Week when you switch on, click on or log on to or download the TVSNnow App from your Google or Play Store.


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Key Facts:

Two new brands launched during TVSN - Culture and Betty Basics

About us:

About TVSN

Australia and New Zealand's Premier Television Shopping Network, TVSN has entertained, informed and inspired customers for more than 27 years with exciting content, high quality products and exceptional customer service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. From Beauty through to Fashion, Jewellery and Homewares categories, TVSN offers a curated choice of premium brands and products presented via leading experts and international celebrities, live demonstrations and customer testimonials.


5-Star Reviews

TVSN has more than 100,000 5-star product reviews from satisfied customers across Australia and New Zealand. Each review is highly regulated to ensure quality assurance and legitimacy.  

Premium Brands

TVSN carries an extensive range of premium brands including PhilipsBose, and Sony, offering the latest in product launches and exclusive deals and offers. 


International Celebrity Collections

Jane SeymourKatherine Kelly Lang, and Dr Paul Nassif from television’s Botched! are all familiar faces on TVSN, 

Home-grown Australian Brands 

TVSN is proud to support Australian brands including The Beauty Chef, The Jojoba Company, Retreatment Botanics, and many more.  


Contact details:

For media inquiries, interview requests, product sampling, and images, please contact:

Candice Appel                                                                                                       

Brand Relationship Lead


E:   P: 02 8198 6138     

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