Runway success

Designers, retailers, fashion lovers and models gathered at the Clarence City Council’s Rosny Farm recently to highlight emerging and established designers at the annual Tasmanian Fashion Runway show.

Each year, the Clarence City Council receives a range of applications from across Tasmania from designers wanting to showcase their collections and styles at the show. This year was no exception, with a diverse group of nine designers taking part in the event.

The show has become a major event on the Tasmanian fashion calendar, with a dedicated audience of fashion- forward people excited to support the local fashion design industry and enjoy the energy of a live fashion show.

“The Tasmanian Fashion Runway show offers an amazing opportunity for Clarence locals to experience the unique excitement of a live runway show, or to gain an introduction to the fashion industry,” Clarence Mayor Brendan Blomeley said.

“Art and design play such a vital role in the health, vitality and wellbeing of a community by creating connections through shared experiences, and council is proud to be facilitating access to cultural experiences such as this for our community.

“The council look forward to seeing the new designs at next year’s Tasmanian Fashion Runway show.”

Clarence City Council will advertise the opening of applications at www. clarenceartsandevents.net and on its Facebook page.

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