I’m wearing a style and colour combination that makes me happy.
This season we saw the introduction to colour on the runway with bright and bold, hot pinks, turquoise, sunny yellow and vivid greens. There is also a trend of ‘separates’ being worn by both men and women. These two trends inspired my outfit choice.
Dress to impress.
Place a bet. Horseracing is an exhilarating sport, nothing beats cheering your horse down the home straight and across the finish line.
For me, it’s the sisterhood and friendships that I have formed with some incredible women around New Zealand.
Kiwis have a very strong sense of individuality in racing fashion and this is evident when you see us up there competing on the catwalk. We had such a strong showing in Melbourne last year with Laura Campbell and Eleanor Campbell representing New Zealand in the Myer Fashions on the Field. They both absolutely showcased how incredible and individual Kiwi racing fashion is.
The Melbourne Cup is the absolute highlight of the Spring Carnival season and for this raceday, colour is crucial.
Royal Ascot. Ascot has a-300 year history in racing, and is the centrepiece of the summer social calendar in Britain.
Colour and colour blocking, by choosing shades on the opposite spectrum of the colour wheel and clashing them together. Colour blocking is a surefire way to make maximum impact
The Ned Prix de Fashion is New Zealand’s national fashions in the field final. There’s still time to enter the opening round with entries closing on the 23rd of April.