Elizabeth Galloway Graduate Fashion Event 2011

Much excitement is building up as we get closer to Elizabeth Galloway Academy of Fashion Design annual Graduate Fashion Event 2011. This year the prestigious event is taking place in Stellenbosch at the Protea Hotel, Techno Park.

The models have been cast, the fittings are taking place and the anticipation is at an all time high for 2011 graduate show. Each graduate has designed 3 garments as part of a self-expression range. Graduates are free to express their own style and design aesthetic in their collection. The self-expression range serve not only to meet academic requirements, but perform a vital role in introducing the graduate to the Fashion Industry. It is a portfolio of skills which highlight design, production and display.

Be sure to attend the Elizabeth Galloway Academy of Fashion Design Graduate Fashion Event on the 29 July at the Protea Hotel Stellenbosch in Techno Park. It promises to be one of the highlights of the year. Tickets are for sale at www.webtickets.co.za. For additional information contact Martin Ras at 021 880 0775 (ext.114).

Elizabeth Galloway is also having an awesome Twitter competition. Follow us @SAFASHIONDESIGN, tweet what you will wear to our graduate fashion event mention @SAFASHIONDESIGN and hash tag #EG and stand a chance to win tickets! Winners will be announced on Wednesday 27 July on Twitter. All are welcome to participate but unfortunately Elizabeth Galloway staff members will not be eligible to win the prize.”

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Ramon Thomas
Ramon Thomas

These kind of events are really important

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