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BMW Convertible for 2008 Wellington Fashion Winner

BMW Convertible for 2008 Wellington Fashion Winner

The Supreme winner of the Century City Developments 2008 Wellington Fashion in the Field competition will have to hold on to their hats when they drive home in a stunning new 2008 BMW 335 Cabriolet convertible valued at over $100,000, courtesy of Jeff Gray BMW.

The Wellington Racing Club and its partners have put together a spectacular collection of prizes for their popular Fashions in the Field competition in January, with interest in the 2008 event expected to be stronger than ever.

The categories include: Estella’s Wardrobe Contemporary Lady of the Carnival; Life Pharmacy Queensgate Traditional Lady of the Carnival; Dress Smart Man of the Carnival; Wharekauhau Couple of the Carnival; Robyn Mathieson Designer of the Carnival; and the Supreme Winner.

This year’s Century City Developments Fashion Judges include: Carl Manderson, Avant Gard Hairdresser of the Year; Bridget Hope, editor of Simply You magazine; Paula Muollo, Wellington fashionista and property manager for Century City Limited and Andrea Moore, a Wellington-based fashion designer.

The wonderful array of prizes and more information about the 2008 competition can be accessed from the Wellington Racing Club website Fashion in the Field entrants can also register online.

Race-goers who prefer to view the catwalk action can reserve tables in the exclusive Century City Developments Fashion Village for the day.

Fashion Village tickets provide entry to the racecourse, car parking, a complimentary bottle of bubbles per table and Ruth Pretty luncheon catering. A table for six in the Fashion Village costs $720 and the venue is expected to be popular.


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