Avoca Beach on the Central Coast will transform into a festive fashion runway to celebrate local style and talent powerhouses. The inaugural Central Coast Fashion week is kicking off Wednesday 22nd March, at Bombini restaurant on Avoca Drive. There will be a series of workshops and free events with leading fashion designers and influencers including, Elle Ferguson of They All Hate Us, By Weave, and Bohemian Traders taking part.
The five-day fashion event is a celebration of style and creativity, and fashion enthusiasts will have the opportunity to get up close with local fashion designers and influencers. The brains behind the fashion festival are renowned designer, Weave Dibden Neck of the By Weave Label, and Emily Berlarch of Bohemian traders. Together they recognised the fashion talents flourishing in Central coast, and decided it was time to put a stamp on its credentials to launch an event that celebrated home-grown talent.
Alongside By Weave and Bohemian Traders, the Central Coast has borne many of the country’s leading fashion pack, now style leaders of their own right on the international fashion stage, and many are heading back home to take part in the Central Coast fashion week.
Icons hailing originally from the Central Coast include Gary Pepper Girl aka Nicole Warne, Terrigal’s Jessica Stein who owns the Tuula Vintage Instagram page showcasing her style influence from exotic locations around the world; and Elle Ferguson (who will be at the event), who is half of the trailblazing fashionable duo They All Hate Us Tash Sefton, offering style counsel via their chic blog and online store.
To open the week, By Weave is showcasing their new casual daywear collection at Bombini restaurant, featuring gourmet food, local musicians and some of the country’s top fashion photographers, including Jacs Powell. The event is on from 7 -9 pm, with tickets priced from $60 which includes entry, canapés and drinks!
A free pop-up fashion market place ‘The Closet’ will be on Thursday at 12-8 pm and from Friday until Sunday at 10am- 4pm. Event-goers can browse hand picked selection of clothing and accessories from By Weave, Bohemian Traders, Ukiyo, Skin & Bone, and Ragamuffin Jewellery. There will be an on-site champagne bar, serving up glasses of bubbles for when you’ve shopped till you drop.
Denim Divas will love Saturday’s special event running from 12 – 3 pm. An intimate fashion catwalk over lunch called Denim takes to the catwalk!, will be hosted by Bohemian Traders and special guest – Elle Ferguson of They All Hate Us. For $120 a ticket, guests will be part of the runway audience, invited to a two-course lunch with champage and an interactive session talking all about denim and finding the right fit for your body type.
To close a stacked week of fashion, style experts Renee Marshall, owner of Allure Hair Bar, and Tira Jaye, professional make-up artist are running the ‘Curate your look’ event. The session will be running from 10am until midday and is dedicated to sharing top hair and makeup tips to do at home. A ticket costs $30, and includes demonstrations for simple home hair styling, and make-up tips, as well as Mimosa cocktails, house-based treats, tea and coffee.
All the events are being held at bombini restaurant, and tickets to the events can be purchased by contacting Bombini on 02 4381 1436 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address: 366 Avoca Dr, Kincumber NSW