Adelaide's highly anticipated Fashion Festival is just around the corner and we're counting down the days. The four day festival promises to showcase Adelaide's absolute finest fashion designers, and with big names like casper&pearl, Paolo Sebastian and Jamie Sortino showing their latest collections... you know it's going to be a good time!
This year, festival favourite Variety on King William is back and better than ever! Taking place on Friday 23 October, the fashion event boasting Adelaide's longest runways will take on a Parisian twist; while also showcasing the latest trends from more than 20 fashion, shoe and jewellery stores along King William Road.
Along with high fashion, guests will indulge in lunch oozing succulent spring flavours, made from fresh, locally sourced produce. Put together by Ichitaro Dining, Bottega Rotolo, Faraja, Parisi’s, By Blackbird and Mulot’s Patisserie, each course is matched with fine SA wines from Wicks Estate and Tomich Wines. Yum.
Just when you thought the event couldn't get any better, the face of this year’s AFF is European beauty, Katya Komarova from Finesse Models. This leggy brunette has graced the pages of ELLE, Marie Claire and Harpers Bazaar, working for clients such as La Perla, Max Mara, Alexander McQueen and L’Oreal.
Tickets cost $140 or $1400 for a table of 10 and purchased through the King William Road Website, proudly supporting Variety SA - the Children’s Charity.
If you can't make it to the lunch, no need to worry. All the action can be seen from your favourite King William Road cafes and restaurants, or join in the festivities at one of the many after parties along the road, starting at 4pm!
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