Nadia Bartel would love people to see “how hard” she is working in the wake of the white powder scandal

Nadia Bartel is on a mission to rebuild her public image, nine months after her white powder sniffing scandal.

The former WAG debuted her label Henne at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney in May and celebrated the opening of her flagship boutique in Melbourne on Wednesday.

Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald on Sunday, the 37-year-old said that while she “can’t change” people’s opinion of her, she would like to see “how hard” she works.

Nadia Bartel (pictured), 37, revealed in an interview on Sunday that while she

Nadia Bartel (pictured), 37, revealed in an interview on Sunday that while she

Nadia Bartel (pictured), 37, revealed in an interview on Sunday that while she “can’t change what people think of her” she would like to see “how hard” she works

“Everyone can have their own perception of me, although I can tell you most of the media is wrong,” she said.

“Over time, I’d love for people to see how hard I work, but I’m not going to tell them what to think.”

Nadia continued, “You can’t change the minds of others. Your friends and family know who you are.’

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“Everyone can have their own perception of me, although I can tell you most of the media is wrong,” the fashion designer told the Sydney Morning Herald. “Over time, I’d love for people to see how hard I work, but I’m not going to tell them what to think.”

Nadia debuted her label Henne at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney in May (pictured) and celebrated the opening of her flagship boutique in Melbourne on Wednesday

Nadia debuted her label Henne at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney in May (pictured) and celebrated the opening of her flagship boutique in Melbourne on Wednesday

Nadia debuted her label Henne at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney in May (pictured) and celebrated the opening of her flagship boutique in Melbourne on Wednesday

Looking chic in a black power suit for her Fashion Week debut in May, Nadia told the Herald Sun it was a “very proud moment” for the brand.

“When we launched Henne three years ago, I always hoped that one day we would be able to exhibit at AAFW,” Nadia told the publication.

“It’s incredibly exciting and a very proud moment for us to be collaborating with the festival to present a collection that’s made for them, a collection that can be mixed and matched and worn anywhere, anytime.”

Nadia’s brand continues to evolve after launching it just three years ago.

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“When we launched Henne three years ago, I always hoped that one day we would be able to exhibit at AAFW,” Nadia told the Herald Sun in May

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“It’s incredibly exciting and a very proud moment for us to be collaborating with the festival to present a collection that’s made for them, a collection that can be mixed and matched and worn anywhere, anytime,” she continued

Henne was a resounding success, although the word for ‘she’ is Swedish.

The site lists her core values ​​as Commitment to Women’s Voice, Circularity, Mindful Consumption, Working Conditions and Environmental Impact.

“Each piece is designed to be loved and worn for more than just one season,” the website states.

Nadia has continued to put her infamous white powder sniffing scandal behind her.

AFL WAG and Nadia's best friend Rebecca Judd supported her at fashion week (pictured). Bec looked chic in one of the label's ribbed bodycon dresses

AFL WAG and Nadia's best friend Rebecca Judd supported her at fashion week (pictured). Bec looked chic in one of the label's ribbed bodycon dresses

AFL WAG and Nadia’s best friend Rebecca Judd supported her at fashion week (pictured). Bec looked chic in one of the label’s ribbed bodycon dresses

Last year she was filmed snorting a line from a cheap K-Mart plate during one of Melbourne’s six Covid lockdowns.

Devastating footage of the gathering was accidentally leaked online by her friend and business partner Ellie Pearson.

Nadia apologized to Instagram just 24 hours after the video was leaked.

The mother-of-two has continued to put her infamous white powder sniffing scandal behind her. Last year she was filmed snorting a line from a cheap K-Mart plate during one of Melbourne's six Covid lockdowns

The mother-of-two has continued to put her infamous white powder sniffing scandal behind her. Last year she was filmed snorting a line from a cheap K-Mart plate during one of Melbourne's six Covid lockdowns

The mother-of-two has continued to put her infamous white powder sniffing scandal behind her. Last year she was filmed snorting a line from a cheap K-Mart plate during one of Melbourne’s six Covid lockdowns

“Hi everyone, I have let you all down with my actions,” she wrote.

“I take full responsibility and commit to taking whatever steps are necessary to ensure I make better decisions [the] Future.

The ex-wife of the Geelong great Jimmy Bartel and three other women have been fined $5,452 each for breaking lockdown rules.

Nadia apologized to Instagram just 24 hours after the video was leaked. The ex-wife of the Geelong great Jimmy Bartel and three other women have been fined $5,452 each for breaking lockdown rules

Nadia apologized to Instagram just 24 hours after the video was leaked. The ex-wife of the Geelong great Jimmy Bartel and three other women have been fined $5,452 each for breaking lockdown rules

Nadia apologized to Instagram just 24 hours after the video was leaked. The ex-wife of the Geelong great Jimmy Bartel and three other women have been fined $5,452 each for breaking lockdown rules

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