Call­ing de­sign­ers

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Fairholme Col­lege is em­brac­ing all things stylish with its an­nual Cotton Aus­tralia Fairholme Fash­ion Week as a pre­lude to its spring fair. The theme of this year’s event is Home Grown and is fo­cussed on sup­port­ing lo­cal de­sign­ers, lo­cal in­dus­try and the con­nec­tion be­tween cotton farms and the fash­ion in­dus­try. The high­light is the Spring Fair Fash­ion Pa­rade — a chance for bud­ding de­sign­ers from south-west Queens­land to show­case their skills and style. The de­signs will be judged by ac­claimed Queens­land de­sign­ers Julie Teng­dahl from the la­bel Teng­dahl (de­signs pic­tured) and Pia Du Pru­dal from the la­bel Pia Du Pru­dal. Julie is a well renowned fash­ion de­signer who also sup­ports sus­tain­able fash­ion, and Pia is a huge sup­porter of the cotton in­dus­try and has de­signed out­fits for Dame Quentin Bryce. Orig­i­nal, spring-in­spired cotton cre­ations are wel­comed for sub­mis­sion, with a cat­e­gory open to the pub­lic also. The pa­rade will in­clude de­signs from Pia Du Pru­dal, Teng­dahl, Rowen Cou­ture and Alex Kennedy.

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