Thursday, September 21, 2017

A match made in designer heaven

QT Melbourne has announced a partnership with Melbourne Fashion Week (MFW) 2017, securing a collaboration which celebrates fashion, design and creative innovators across Australia.

Kicking off on the September 1 with a week-long festival of the best in Melbourne fashion, MFW together with QT Melbourne will support creativity and diversity in it all forms.

QT and MFW will work closely to create a series of bespoke activations and events that reflect the city’s unique and artistic flair, while showcasing the state’s premier consumer fashion event and design-driven hotel, QT Melbourne.

A short stroll from the hotel, neighbouring Melbourne Town Hall will become a hub of activity, with Premium and Garage runways, live music and DJ sets, pop-ups, fashion showcases, a designer market, workshops and the Creative Collective Exhibition.

With a line up showcasing the very best in Australian fashion, QT has packaged together the ultimate fashion experience for those wanting to immerse themselves in the fashion event of the season.

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