SA Bridal Fashion Week comes to Carnival City
Modelled and inspired by the International Bridal Fashion Weeks, SA Bridal Fashion Week at the Big Top Arena from 27 to 30 November 2014, will include a choreographed combination of themed designer catwalk shows featuring exclusive new collections by local and international designers, emerging and student designers, as well as boutiques.
The event brings together the best ideas to inspire brides with a luxurious display of offerings from the local weddingindustry. Related staged showcases include lingerie, hair, makeup, jewellery, shoes, accessories (including handbags, veils and hair accessories), cakes,cable centrepieces, décor (includes table decor), flowers, bouquets and anunique show that includes photographers and videographers work.
Fashion Week Director, Yarisha Rajcomar-Panday, Actress and entrepreneur, and the visionary behind the event says: “We have had an overwhelming response for the first ever SA Bridal Fashion Week in Durban and Cape Town and look forward to bringing the event to Gauteng. The event is more than just a fashion show. It is a theatrical showcase of bridal related fashion, design and style elements.”
“Carnival City is proud tohost South Africa’s biggest and only national bridal fashion week. While it is a fantastic opportunity for couples planning their wedding to see the designs of some of the world’s foremost bridal designers, it is also a platform for showcasing the work of local designers.
Gauteng has many talented designers and we look forward to finding out who will be representing our region at the SA Bridal Fashion Week in November, says Jaco Saaiman, Entertainment Manager at Carnival City.
Tickets are available from Computicket.
Visit www.sabfw.com for more details and stay connected on Facebook and Twitter for updates, competition details and more information on the event at Carnival City.
For more information visit www.suninternational.com or phone 011 898 7000.
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