Fashion Weekend Sydney

Fashion’s biggest pop up store is about to hit Sydney for four days starting September 29.

By Benjamen Judd

Sydney is known as Australia’s fashion capital – stylish to the core and one of the best shopping destinations in the world. And Fashion Weekend, starting on September 29, is your chance to have a taste of all the glitz and glamour of the fashion industry. 

Taking place at the Royal Hall of Industries in Moore Park, Fashion Weekender is the perfect opportunity to update your wardrobe with all the must-have garments for spring and summer. 

You’ll find clothes from over from over 100 of Australia’s most-loved designers including Bec & Bridge, Christopher Esber, Camilla & Marc, Alice McCall and Nicola Finetti all offering exclusive discounts in one of Sydney’s biggest designer sales.

 

You’ll also be able to live the live of a real fashionista and sit front row at the Fashion Weekend Runway and watch all the trends of the season as they come down the catwalk. Best of all – you can shop straight after the show. 

If all that feels like a bit too much, treat yourself to an essential pampering in the Beauty Hub. Here, you can get your hair braided by the team at Bondi’s chic hair stylists Hair Cartel; give your skin a new lease on life with some cosmetic injections, skin rejuvenation and cosmeceutical skin care and get the lushest lashes this side of Paris at the Artémes Lash Bar. 

A word of advice – you may want to make some room in the wardrobe before you head down… this is one shopping trip you’ll never forget. 

For ticketing options, head here

Fashion Weekend Sydney takes place from 29 September – 2 October 2016 at the Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park. 

fashionweekend.com.au

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