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LK Spring Racing Emporium

Posted by Taryn Hunter

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October 23, 2012
2:00 am

The Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival has officially commenced and the fillies who tend to mill off the race track have begun the mad rush for a racing outfit that will be sure to impress those Fashions on the Field judges. And one such judge, who also happens to be milliner to stars, is the fabulously eccentric Richard Nylon, who this week opened the LK Jewellery specialty pop-up shop with his iconic range of headwear.

Located in Crown Casino, LK Jewellery will play host to Emporium; a truly unique shopping event that will allow visitors to discover the best way to style the accessories according to their race day outfits. Fit out like a fantasy, straight from the pages of Alice in Wonderland, the boutique includes a personalised styling session with fashion experts such as celebrity milliner, Richard Nylon.

WHEN: 11th October – 11th November
WHERE: LK Spring Racing Emporium, Crown Shop 13, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank


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