Nadia Bartel launches new Henne collection following her white powder scandal

Nadia Bartel is launching a brand new collection with her clothing brand Henne, a month after her white powder scandal.

The 36-year-old has been busy working on her brand since she got in hot water for attending an illegal party during Melbourne’s Covid lockdown on September 2, and the upcoming collection is aptly named ‘A Return To Light’.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the new campaign features ‘Tran seasonal’ pieces.

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‘A return to light’: Nadia Bartel is launching a brand new collection with her clothing brand Henne, a month after her white powder scandal. 

While Nadia has yet to share a preview of the upcoming collection on her social media or model any of the looks, the label has shared pictures of the pieces on its Instagram page.  

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They include the Claude blazer in taupe, which is describes as a ‘perfect’ and ‘easy staple,’ and the Esme dress, a halterneck frock with ribbed black fabric.

Nadia’s new collection for Henne comes after damning footage showed her attending an illegal party during Melbourne’s Covid lockdown on September 2.

Simple and chic: While Nadia has yet to share a preview of the upcoming collection on her social media or model any of the looks, the label has shared pictures of the pieces on its Instagram page

Fall from grace: Nadia’s new collection for Henne comes after damning footage showed her attending an illegal party during Melbourne’s Covid lockdown on September 2 

The former AFL WAG and three other women were each fined $5,452 after damning footage of the party was accidentally posted on Instagram by her friend and business partner Ellie Pearson.

But the most humiliating part of the scandal was seeing Nadia, once known for her impeccably clean-cut image, snorting a line of white powder off a $1.50 Kmart plate.

While she wasn’t charged with drug offences because police couldn’t prove what she was snorting, the video nonetheless caused irreparable damage to her brand and she was dropped by major sponsors. 

Just 24 hours after the video leaked, Nadia issued a grovelling apology on Instagram.

Caught on camera: The video showed Nadia snorting a line of white powder off a $1.50 Kmart plate. She and three other women were each fined $5,452 after footage of the party was accidentally posted on Instagram by Ellie

Bad luck: While Nadia (left) wasn’t charged with drug offences because police couldn’t prove what she was snorting, the video nonetheless caused irreparable damage to her brand 

‘Hi everyone, I have let you all down by my actions,’ she wrote on September 3.

‘I take full responsibility and I am committed to taking all necessary steps to ensure I make better choices in future.

‘To my family and friends, my business partners and the public health workers trying to keep us all safe, I am embarrassed and remorseful.

‘I am truly and deeply sorry. I hope I can earn your forgiveness and, in time, your trust.’

Apology: Just 24 hours after the video leaked, Nadia issued a grovelling apology on Instagram. ‘I have let you all down by my actions. I take full responsibility and I am committed to taking all necessary steps to ensure I make better choices in future,’ she wrote in an Instagram post

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