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Spring Racing

Caulfield Cup Carnival 2011 Launch

Melbourne Racing Club launched their Spring racing carnival campaign for 2011 a little while ago but I got so wrapped up with fashion week and a few special projects that it’s taken me a little while to share this with you. I’ll be heading to Guineas Day this Saturday to

A prelude to the Melbourne Cup: Styling Suite

From Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th October the largest collection of Spring racing fashion will be showcased amid the glossy surrounds of the styling suite at Westfield Doncaster (619 Doncaster Road, Doncaster). Stylists will be on hand to provide free advice on what to wear to the races – from

The hunt for The Face of Caulfield 2011

Out of twenty lovely ladies, the final three in the race to become the Face of Caulfield for the 2011 Spring Racing Carnival have now been chosen. Stylist Franco Schifilliti, fashion writer Rick Molinsky, Style Counsel’s Effie Young and Melbourne Racing Club’s Fiona Twist judged entrants based on racing fashion knowledge,

Werribee Races 2010

The sun shone on Werribee Racecourse this past weekend as Country Racing returned for the first time in several years after a major redevelopment of the track. And so did racing style. Country racing’s version of Fashions on the Field hunts for the best dressed ladies over the racing seasons.

Oaks Day 2010 – Fashions on the Field Grand Final

Oaks Day fashions on the field national finalists proved that old school glamour and sharp tailoring never go out of style. Picked as the winner by guest judges supermodel mother and daughter duo, Jerry Hall and Georgia Jagger, was Queenslander Jaydee Paino, wearing an original 50s hooped sundress reworked by

Oaks Day 2010 – The Millinery Award

Australian flowers inspired Millinery Award 2010 winner Liza Stedman on Melbourne Cup Day. The milliner said that the nude and red hat was designed to mirror the beauty of a eucalyptus flower. Runner-up Lynette Lim’s design featured a red heart made of roses with a black patent leather bow which

Melbourne Cup Day Fashions on the Field 2010

Melbourne lived up to its reputation in more ways than one on Cup day. Not only were patrons treated to 4 seasons (twice over) in one day, Fashions on the Field showcased some of the best Australian designer talents and self styling fashionistas. The Cup day Fashion on the field featured over 500

Fashions on the Field – The Design Award

The Design awards are among the most prestigious in the fashion stakes of the race carnival, with selected participants being invited to submit entries. The competition was a nail biter, with every piece a unique and beautiful design in its own right. The winning piece was created by Anthony Capon, an already familiar name

Derby Day Fashions on the Field 2010

Despite the grey gloomy shadow casted over Flemington Race course on Saturday – Derby Day boasted an array of sparkling magic at Myer’s Fashions on the field women’s and men’s finale. The women’s final evoked style, elegance and a real emphasis on a feminine silhouette; with dresses from Nicola Finetti,

Made in Melbourne: Spring Carnival Edition

The Trust was transformed last night as roses crept up newly latticed walls, petal-strewn grass sprouted underfoot and twinkling fairy lights and fountains added a magical touch. The Spring Carnival edition of Made in Melbourne was a salon-style showcase with a racewear mindset featuring four burgeoning local labels, each with a distinctive