Swimwear and holidays are a dynamic combination, so it’s a perfect fit that Brisbane-based travel trendsetter Flight Centre will present the desirable Swim and Resort Wear collections for Spring/Summer on Sunday, August 26 at 12 noon.
It’s the first time the travel company has teamed with Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival Brisbane.
"We are so pleased to be supporting local fashion designers and feel privileged to be aligned to one of Brisbane's most prestigious cultural events," said Flight Centre's executive general manager for Queensland, Carole Cooper.
"Swimwear is something that most of us bring on a holiday, so we could not have imagined a better category to be featured in,” said Ms Cooper.
All thoughts will be on summer holidays as the transformed marquee will be running hot, hot, hot to reveal the most coveted Spring/Summer cossies, kaftans and other beach collateral to don during the warmer Queensland months.
Spotlighting amazing creations from Camilla, Queensland Swimwear Company, Molly & Polly Swimwear, Colin Heaney and White Sands the Flight Centre Swim and Resort Wear Group Show will have you on the edge of your seat, with your mind at the beach (and cocktail in hand!).
"We hope events like the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Festival inspire Australians to pack their bags and take off on a holiday, whether domestically or internationally, as there are some great deals around," said Carole Cooper.
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