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The last STYLEAID ever - Celebrating an Iconic 20 years

STYLEAID Icon 20 will be held on Friday 4th August 2017 in the Crown Ballroom, and tickets are on sale NOW! Get in quick to attend the FINAL STYLEAID event, as we prepare to say goodbye after 20 wonderful years.

For tickets, go to www.styleaid.com.au, call 9482 0000, or contact Mark Reid on mreid@waaids.com 

This year, STYLEAID will host a parade unlike any that have been shown in Perth,  featuring 20 of Perth’s top designers to celebrate 20 years of the event. The night will be filled with iconic, historical fashion that will thrill and delight the audience. STYLEAID is recognised for its continued collaboration of fine wine and dine-ing. Its association with sponsors such as LaVie Champagne Bar, Brazilliano Coffee, San Pellegrino, CROWN Perth, and European Foods together with other premium brands including, Tanqueray Gin, Johnnie Walker Black, Vi-naceous Wines, Grouch & Co, M.A.C, Club Med, L’Oreal Paris, Baci, Daniels Printing Craftsmen, Stockman Paper, MATSO’s, Network Ten and NOVA 937 helps to ensure the success of the event. Over the past 19 years STYLEAID has managed to raise over $1,500,000+ to assist in funding projects for the WA AIDS Council, and vital research for sexual health in WA. 

The photo shoot for this years STYLEAID magazine was held at Crown Towers on Sunday 19th May 2017. Long time collaborator Richard Jefferson photographed a variety of sponsors, models, designers, past and current board members, stylists, event organisers, performers, photographers and CROWN representatives. Please see some behind the scenes images of the shoot below. 

The Photographic Exhibition will once again be held in the Centre Court of Karrinyup Shopping Centre from the 20th June - 1st July 2017. This year, the exhibition will present over 30 original works by a collection of Australia's finest fashion and commercial photographers. 

 

 

 

 

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