An exclusive new Sydney fashion, beauty and lifestyle event, ‘Fashion UnWINEd’ will be held on Friday 4th September at 6:00pm at the Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel. Featuring a runway show with the new collections from established and emerging designers including Leatheron, Wild Pony Swimwear, Anya Hurwood, Jess Catherine and Magnifi, Fashion UnWINEd is organised by event management business Style & Beautify Me.
With guest MC Karen Mitchell, special guest DJ Raissa and special live act UniQ, Fashion UnWINEd will also feature displayed artworks from Niki McDonald and Amanda Stopa at the event. Fashion UnWINEd is an event to entertain and educate YOU about fashion and beauty, whilst you enjoy champagne on arrival and selected canapés and matched wines throughout the evening. Style & Beautify Me’s selected beauty and lifestyle coaches will also be available to share their knowledge and experience.
Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel’s Bay View Room & Balcony, overlooking the Finger Bay Wharf, provides the perfect backdrop for this unique experience; an opportunity to unwind after the workweek.
Fashion UnWINEd will donate some of the proceeds to the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation, providing direct financial and practical assistance, financial counselling, housing and employment support to the most vulnerable people living disadvantaged by HIV in New South Wales.
Diana Antonijevic, Co-Founder/Creative Director of Style & Beautify Me, said “Style & Beautify Me is a seamless philosophy that binds everything together… turning the ordinary into the extraordinary.”
Isabella Katan, Co-Founder/Creative Director of Style & Beautify Me, invites you to “come and unwind and allow us to entice your senses at Fashion UnWINEd.”
For a limited time, two-for-one tickets for the event are available for $85.00 (plus booking fee). Search Fashion UnWINEd on Moshtix, or visit their website for more details: https://fashionunwined.wordpress.com.
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