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:: Spotlight :: Midnight Fashion Supports Melbourne’s Young Designers

By: Carmine Pascuzzi

What is Midnight Fashion? A new concept revealing Melbourne’s top young designers to an exclusive guest list, Midnight Fashion (MF) fuses together the best of catwalk fashion and Melbourne’s famous bar culture. The result is an evening of style, glamour and beauty.

Cameron Hill is the man behind Midnight Fashion: a keen and energetic 20-year-old, Cameron saw an opportunity within the Melbourne scene for a regular event that was influenced by fashion, not just music, and which offered young designers a platform to showcase their labels and network with potential buyers and the fashionable public.

“I created Midnight Fashion as a launch pad for young designers. It is something I am very passionate about - it’s tough out there for those just starting out,” says Cameron.

Cameron also realised many venues were not entertaining their fashion-savvy guests and so he combined his two loves – an exclusive night out at a hot bar or club and catwalk fashion – to create Midnight Fashion.

“Midnight Fashion seeks to entertain partygoers interested in Melbourne fashion outside of the official fashion week forums, allowing them to experience true Melbourne catwalk fashion, great tunes and mix with others
who appreciate the same aesthetic.”

Midnight Fashion (MF) will be holding regular events at über-cool locations around Melbourne.

The launch of Midnight Fashion is on Friday November 23rd at Bond Lounge, 24 Bond Street, Melbourne. Designers showcasing their labels include: Boski, Chorini, Kiss Chacey, Ma.te.a, joolz, Dorothy and Evelyn, Anna Campbell, MLY and the Melbourne debut of Sydney label Lost Souls Clothing.
Tickets cost $25 and doors open at 8.30pm.