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Awaiting the LMFF

 











Just mention the acronymn LMFF and I start hyperventilating. What excites me most is the fact that such an amazing fashion festival such as this is happening on my own home turf!! I just think it's fabulous and I want to be a part of it!

The LMFF's official launch day was Wednesday, 1st February. The program offers an extensive range of festival events and forums. If you wish to get your hands on the program magazine, contact the LMFF directly and they can point you in the right direction.

The LMFF program begins on 8th March with an opening event, starting with a block party, leading into two special runway (repeat) events, brought to you by David Jones. If it's anything like the snippets I viewed on youtube last year, it will be spectacular!




The festival runs for a week, concluding on the 15th March, giving attendees a variety of choices to attend events and forums, depending on their schedule. Most events are held in the evening and run through to the weekend as well. 

The Paris Runway shows have been renowned by their elegance and sophistication. They are my absolute favourite because they offer the opportunity to experience the creative aesthetic of a wide range of talented designers from across Australia.

Be sure to check out the LMFF website and official program magazine. Tickets are selling fast through Ticketek, so you need to act fast so you don't miss out! 

Check out the awesome LMFF 2012 teaser video below. It will be sure to entice you to join in on all of the fashion and frivolity of this fabulous fashion festival!




Yours in style,

Suzi x

All imagery, logos and video sourced from LMFF Media Centre.

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  1. I would love to be able to go see something at LMFF! Have fun!


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    1. Thank-you Mica! I am hoping to attend the LMFF as well.
      Suzi x

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