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MitoQ Best Dressed at the Oaks this Friday night

MitoQ Best Dressed at the Oaks this Friday night



MitoQ Best Dressed at the Oaks is set to take place this Friday night at Alexandra Park.

Over $10,000 worth of prizes have been announced, described as an incredible treasure trove of fashion, hair, beauty, fitness, home and leisure items*.

The categories are Best Dressed Woman; Best Dressed Man; Best Headwear; and Overall Winner of MitoQ Best Dressed at the Oaks. The competition is open to both men and women 18 years and over.

Registration is free as is general entry into the Park, with participants able to enter as many categories as they like. All entries will be taken on the night in the Tasman Room with entries closing at approximately 6.30pm.

Dubbed ‘a spectacular night of fashion, fun and racing action’, the evening will also feature outstanding VIP judges, including New Zealand’s very own style icon Colin Mathura-Jeffree and renowned fashion stylist and editor Michiko Hylands.

Top tips from the judges can be found at https://www.alexandrapark.co.nz/whats-on/oaks-night-2018-tasman-room/

Dining packages for the Tasman Room and Top of the Park this Friday range from $60 to $125 per person.

Tables and tickets for both Oaks Night on 2 March and Derby Night on 9 March can be secured by calling (09) 631-1165 or emailing dining@alexandrapark.co.nz.

*Prizes include an exclusive night in the Auckland Grand Mercure Hotel Executive Suite with ocean views; a Jeep for the weekend from Winger North Shore; MitoQ revolutionary skincare; fashion from sartorial Working Style menswear and stunning Glamour Boutique as well as bespoke Claire Hahn millinery; dinner for two at Headquarters on the Viaduct; magnums of Champagne and Rosé provided by Pernod Ricard and Mumm; luxury beauty goody bags provided by Eye Magazine; A Triumph & Disaster stash box; the Instyler hair straightener and a selection of Thin Lizzie beauty products; a Powerfit Gym and Wonder Core Smart; a Taste the Difference Air Roaster; and a Renovator Better Grip and Air Hawk Pro.

www.alexandrapark.co.nz

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