Harrolds Fashion Chute returns to Royal Randwick this Everest Carnival.
There will be two opportunities to win, with the competition running on Sydney’s most glamorous race day, Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes Day, Saturday 6 October (ladies only), and The Everest on Saturday 13 October (ladies and gentlemen), which will witness the running of the world’s richest race on turf.
To enter the competition, Sydney’s fashion forward will be photographed at the Harrolds Fashion Chute, an artistically inspired space, located on the Octagonal Lawn. Contestants can enter on the day in only minutes and then enjoy the world-class racing and festivities trackside.
Finalists will be notified and invited back on the day, where they will be judged live by some of the most influential Australians on the fashion scene.
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Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes Day
Saturday 6 October 2018
Saturday 13 October 2018
Ladies and gentlemen
An aesthetically pleasing spring racing outfit styled with shoes and accessories. The outfit must reference spring racing dress codes and incorporate current trends, while expressing your own personal style. Sophistication, creativity and individuality are key.
Usual Member’s dress codes limitations do not apply. Men are permitted to wear either trousers or chinos, and accessorise in line with current trends. A tie or bow tie must be worn. Women must wear a headpiece or fascinating element while adhering to the spring dress code (i.e. no felt millinery). Preference is for open toe shoes however this is not essential.