-Hang out with fashionistas at IDENTITY in Brisbane

June 20, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News can announce that Eager fashionistas who are staying in accommodation in Brisbane in mid-July can strut their stuff with the city's beautiful people at IDENTITY.

The fashion show will be held at the Treasury Heritage Hotel on Stephens Lane on July 16th 2010, giving visitors the chance to mingle with the models and check out the latest collections from a host of big-name designers.

Among the famous brands which have confirmed their appearance at the show are BOSS, Mitchell Ogilvie Menswear, Tiffany & Co, Bally and XILE.

Organisers of IDENTITY are promising to turn the venue into Brisbane's fashion hotspot and have come up with a backdrop which is inspired by some of the style capitals of the world, so attendees can expect to see London, Paris and Milan all reflected in the setting.

While tickets for the event do not come cheap - they will cost A$70 (£41) per person - it looks like they will be well worth the money. As well as the chance to swot up on all the latest trends, people who head to the show will also be treated to drinks, canapes and prize giveaways.

Attendees who are expecting to see bikinis and flowery dresses on display may be disappointed though - it is winter in Australia, so the beachwear may have to take a back seat.

For more information on this event visit the Treasury Heritage Hotel website or contact the venue on +61 3306 8785.

Posted by Delia Jones

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