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Fashion Week launched

Anna Shirley (left) and Brooke Parry helped launch the inaugural Carnival of Flowers Fashion Week.
Anna Shirley (left) and Brooke Parry helped launch the inaugural Carnival of Flowers Fashion Week.

FLOWERS and fashion are a perfect match and there is no better time than the Carnival of  Flowers for Toowoomba's City Heart to hold a fashion week.

Over three days city centre stores will have in-store fashion parades, product sampling, fashion workshops and beauty advice from the country's leading professionals.

More than 50 stores in the city centre will "come alive" during the week.

Carnival of Flowers Fashion Week will be held from September 24 to 30. 

Some of the activities include: 

  • A free personal colour analysis (booking required) at City Style from 1pm to 2pm on September 25, 1pm to 2pm on September 26 and 10am to 11am on September 27
  • Spring Inspiration Showing and 20 per cent off all new season stock at McCartney and Creed at 1pm to 2pm and 5.30pm to 6.30pm on September 26 and 11am to 1pm on September 27
  • Meet the designer VIP Night with Ruby Love Joy at Smoke and Mirrors at 6pm on September 26 and 27
  • The Carnival of Flowers Streetfest Markets from 11am until late on September 30

Topics:  carnival of flowers, city heart, toowoomba



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