With a successful debut under their belt, Fashion Concept is back and eager to showcase more of Adelaide’s exceptional fashion talents. This time round the event sponsored by Splash Adelaide will be bigger and better!
Taking place on August 25th at the picturesque Heritage listed Queens Theatre, Fashion Concept will see some of Adelaide’s best established and emerging designers come together to showcase their latest collections.
Highlights of the night will include collections from already cherished brands like Ashlee Graham, Millicent Elizabeth, Fools and Trolls and Closet Mod, while also featuring some fresh new talent such as Paige Rowe, Revoque and Natalie Ivanov. Not to mention the ridiculously talented Jaimie Sortino will be showcasing his exquisite gowns on a live mannequin instalment. Eeeek!
The evening will be hosted by the incredibly talent Hayley Pearson and Lauren De Cesare of Adelady, while crowd favourite Steve the Bartender will be serving up some seriously delicious cocktails for the lucky guests. And between us - from personal experience it's always a good time when Steve is around!
What we love about Fashion Concept is that it’s not just an ordinary fashion show; the event is about creating a platform for local talent to build brand awareness, achieve exposure and most importantly help create a thriving and prosperous local fashion industry.
So come along and support some of the incredible Adelaide fashion designers do what they do best! Tickets are available HERE.
All Images via Fashion Concept Official Facebook page.
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