Arty young fash­ion­istas find they wear suc­cess well

Townsville Bulletin - - NEWS -

CRE­ATIVE kids at the Whit­sun­days will spend their school hol­i­days de­sign­ing and sewing wearable art for three pres­ti­gious fash­ion events sched­uled for Au­gust.

Bowen has a proud record of suc­cess in wearable art and fash­ion de­sign at lo­cal, re­gional, state and na­tional lev­els and stu­dents will get the op­por­tu­nity to shine again.

First on the event cal­en­dar is the 2015 Cal­liope Cat­walk Fash­ion De­sign Awards on Satur­day, Au­gust 1. The event has mul­ti­ple cat­e­gories in wearable art and fash­ion for pri­mary and sec­ondary stu­dents and will co- host the Cen­tral Queens­land fi­nal of the Apex Aus­tralia Teenage Fash­ion Awards on the same night.

The Whit­sun­day Reef Fes­ti­val is host­ing the Wil­mar Sugar Wearable Art Awards on Satur­day, Au­gust 8. Stu­dents from Year 3 up­wards can en­ter this event with all en­try forms due by the end of July.

The Mackay Fes­ti­val of Fash­ion later in the year has art, wearable art and fash­ion cat­e­gories.


STAR RE­CY­CLERS: Kloee Kendall and Sa­hara Tay­lor- Crane at last year’s Whit­sun­day Reef Fes­ti­val.

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