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LMFF Lunchtime Style at QV

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March 23, 2012
1:00 pm

This Friday sees the final Lunctime Style Series Workshops as part of LMFF, a free series where leading lights in the fashion scene share their stories and hot tips. Rounding off the series is Senior Spy at branding agency iSpyStyle and founder of online fashion magazine www.stylehunter.com.au, Kate Vandermeer.

Kate will explain how to create themed style for both yourself and your home, offering a visual demonstration during her session. And on top of this it’s free plus the first 50 people to reserve a seat via QV Melbourne’s Facebook page score a reserved seat, but a gift bag valued at over $50. Get in quick.

WHERE: QV Square in QV Building, Lonsdale and Swanston Sts, Melbourne
WHEN: Friday 23 March @ 1pm
WEB: www.qv.com.au


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