THE Northern Star is a proud sponsor of the Casino Beef Week Fashion Parade and this year's 2016 event held at the Casino RSM was a sold out success. Local businesses and community came together to showcase fashion, music and entertainment. Up and coming fashion designers along with Casino fashion houses featured a wide range of winter clothing and accessories modelled by locals with professional hair and makeup artists adding to the glamour of the night. Performances by the talented young dancers and singers ensured the 600 guests revelled in community spirit and fashionable fun.
THE Northern Star is a proud sponsor of the Casino Beef Week Fashion Parade and this year's 2016 event held at the Casino RSM was a sold out success. Local businesses and community came together to showcase fashion, music and entertainment. Up and coming fashion designers along with Casino fashion houses featured a wide range of winter clothing and accessories modelled by locals with professional hair and makeup artists adding to the glamour of the night. Performances by the talented young dancers and singers ensured the 600 guests revelled in community spirit and fashionable fun. Karin von Behrens

GALLERY: Beef Week babes grace the fashion catwalk

The NCMC Casino Beef Week Fashion Parade last night was a sell-out corker of fashion and fun.

The newly-crowned Beef Week Queen, Georgie-Ann King, who was integral in the organisation of the event, already proved she was worthy of her sash.

The local hair and beauty businesses offered some superb finishing touches to the night and TAFE fashion students showcased some of the more cutting-edge designs of the evening.

There was some disappointed men in the audience, however.

Eagerly anticipating the lingerie section of the evening, they didn't quite expect the winter flannelette pyjamas and dressing gowns on the catwalk.

The 600 people who attended went home on a frosty night with a little more style than they arrived with.

And perhaps a little tipsier.



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