Zonta Noosa Fashion Event
Sunshine Beach

Zonta Noosa Fashion Event
Zonta's key objective is to create a gender-equal, sustainable world by educating girls, advocating for women’s rights, and inspiring more female leaders.

Zonta Noosa embraces those core principles and is proud to present


A fashion extravaganza. Showcasing sustainable fashion and featuring young fashion designers and musicians from our local area.

All proceeds from this event will go to purchasing and distributing swags for homeless people in our community, tickets are only $80.00

A wonderful, fun filled afternoon Emceed by Noosa's own Carlie WackerπŸ™πŸ»

Relax and enjoy a free champagne on arrival, delicious canapés accompanied by music performed by Good Shepherd Lutheran College string quartet, in an afternoon of fun.

Our thanks to the following people who have donated their precious time and energy in helping us make this event a success:

Sunshine Beach State High School Young Designers:
Under the guidance of their design teachers, Tina Fitzgerald and Tracy Marsden, these creative year 12 students have birthed their design- BORN:
Each student develops their own ethos throughout the process and as a result is consciously promoting sustainable fashion.

Ma Petite Boutique Noosa
Diana Schwarz, owner of Ma Petite Boutique, says sustainable fashion is one of the most exciting new chapters for the clothing and textile industry. It forces us to be more discerning and unique in how we dress, clients can sell their used clothing and shoppers can pick up quality and brand-name goods at a fraction of what they would sell.

ella & sunday :
At the heart of the label is designer Rani Wilkinson and her love of natural fibres; cotton, linen and silk. Rani studied Fashion Production in Custom Clothing and honed her skills in a career that includes experience in both haute couture and mass production companies
“We search for natural fibres including cotton, linen, silk & blends of cotton/linen & cotton/silk. We also source hand loomed fabrics like raw cotton & cotton/silk. These fabrics are hand printed & hand stitched using traditional techniques.”

Teddy McRitchie Design :
Teddy began designing wearable art at the age of 11 when he was living on Norfolk Island. Since moving back to Australia his designs have been featured in the Australian Wearable Art Festival 2019 and Wearable Art Mandurah 2019, he won awards at both events. Teddy joins us fresh from "Paper on Skin" competition in Tasmania and will be showing his amazing designs at the Brisbane Fashion Festival in August.

Good Shepherd Lutheran College:
For providing such beautiful music from their String quartet.

Carlie Wacker:
Fashion Editor and Scribe at Hello Sunshine Magazine, In Noosa Magazine and Emcee extraordinaire.

Sunshine Beach Surf Club for providing us a beautiful venue.
Friday at 3.00pm 26-Aug-2022
Sunshine Beach Surf Club
Duke St & Belmore Terrace
Sunshine Beach
Jann Tuxford
e: jtuxfordpaterson@yahoo.com
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