Source : YOUNG STYLE HUNTERIf you're a Canberran and have not yet heard of the event Fashfest it's either 1. you've been hiding under a rock or 2. you've been hiding under a rock so let me get you out from underneath there and fill you in on what all the hype has been about (I guarantee you'll be thanking me!)...
Source : HER CANBERRAThe weather may be cooling down but fashion is heating up. And that includes the ticket sales released for FASHFEST, a four-night showcase of Canberra fashion that will transform the nation's capital…they're already selling like hotcakes, so don't miss your chance to be part of this completely fabulous event!
Source : THE CANBERRANThe 1st of March 2013 – the date (as promised) that FashFest tickets are released. So, what's the deal? Well, it turns out the deal is pretty good! There are a range of ticket prices over a number of nights. The only issue is availability: each show, in a venue yet to be announced, will be limited to an audience of only 400.
Source : CITY NEWSFASHIONISTAS will be pleased to know tickets are now on sale for four-night fashion showcase Fashfest. Fashfest organisers Andrea and Clint Hutchinson, right, with supermodel Anneliese Seubert To be held 1 to 4 May, Fashfest involves a mix of young, local and established talent and entrepreneurs, as well as local celebrities, all with a connection to the ACT. Each night features a top-class fashion parade, live performances by top musical artists/DJS and an after party.
Source : OUT IN CANBERRAHot designers. Hot models. What more does the fashion world crave (other than sizzling hot makeup artists, hair stylists, photographers and creatives of many other styles)? FASHFEST has all this and more. In four huge days this 1st - 4th May 2013, FASHFEST will shine a massive spotlight on the work of more than 20 local designers, making a major statement on our world of culture and fashion. This show stopper of Canberra fashion is the first of its kind on this scale.
Source : HER CANBERRAFollowing the official announcement of FASHFEST last Friday, it was quickly down to business, with a model casting held the next day in the basement of the Zoo Advertising building in Kingston. The chosen models will walk the catwalks in the four day fashion event commencing 1 May this year. Despite the weekend coinciding with the ActewAGL Royal Canberra Show 2013, a considerable turnout of 40 plus models attended the casting. There were familiar faces and newcomers alike.
Source : CANBERRA TIMESTHE SEARCH for Canberra's next top models began on Saturday with a casting call for Fashfest catwalk models. Fashfest, a four-day festival from May 1-4, will showcase Canberra's established and up-and-coming designers, and is using local talent in every aspect, including the models.
Source : CANBERRA TIMESIt's out there. The news about FASHFEST has officially broken and the excitement is growing by the hour. his showcase of Canberra fashion promises to transform the nation's capital. It's the first fashion event of its kind to be held on such a scale in the ACT—four nights, four distinct shows (1 to 4 May).
Source : HER CANBERRAIt's out there. The news about FASHFEST has officially broken and the excitement is growing by the hour. This showcase of Canberra fashion promises to transform the nation's capital. It's the first fashion event of its kind to be held on such a scale in the ACT—four nights, four distinct shows (1 to 4 May).
Source : CLOSET VOYAGESnippets have been appearing on facebook, instagram and twitter, of something brewing in the Capital. Something big. So now lets get to the point: is there, or isn't there, going to be Canberra's very own fashion week type event? Yours truely has been given the highest authority to announce that the rumours are all true!
Source : CITY NEWSCANBERRA will join the style ranks of Sydney and Melbourne when it gets its very own version of fashion week in May. Fashfest, the brainchild of Zoo Advertising managing director Clinton Hutchinson and his wife Andrea, will be held from May 1-4 and will showcase 22 of the city's established and up-and-coming designers through four distinct shows. Clinton says the festival "has been a long time coming."
Source : THE CANBERRANLast night the organisers of Canberra’s impending FashFest were busy with Form Haircutting photographing models in an underground carpark. How do we know this? Well, as series of photographs appeared online via the @fashfest Twitter account (see images after the jump)...