Ladies Day is traditionally the day for florals, pastels and softer silhouettes, however this year we saw a shift to more structured styles in unexpected textures, finished with accessories that had just that little bit of edge – think metal headpieces, oversized bows, quirky sunglasses and statement earrings.
Ladies Day in the Myer Marquee had a dramatically different format this year, as we closed the doors to host an intimate and exclusive four-course lunch to celebrate the leadership and achievements of women.
Melbourne Cup Day saw racegoers embrace bold silhouettes in vibrant colours to celebrate the race that stops the nation.
For the race that stops a nation, the Myer Marquee today hosted a great mix of Myer Ambassadors, Myer designers and milliners, celebrities and fashion identities, who all pushed the fashion boundaries in bold, head-turning looks.
The traditional monochrome colour palette of Derby Day was adhered to by most, with black proving to be the crowd favourite this year.
Fusing a delicate colour palette of musk, clay and nudes, the food experience at this years Myer Marquee will be luxurious and premium. Fortunately The Big Group have let us in on a few of their secret recipes so you too can have a taste of the 2016 Myer Marquee…
The sun came out and the weather (finally) warmed up for the first day of the 2016 Melbourne Cup Carnival at Flemington, and the most stylish guests on track were there celebrating in the Myer Marquee.
Long and flowing or in a loose chignon, the side-sweep is perfectly suited to Spring Racing’s whimsical fascinators and hats.
Always the most fashionable and fun, but this year by far the most exclusive, the 2016 Myer Marquee is By Appointment Only…
It’s true that the right underwear can make or break any outfit. Stylist Jules Sebastian teamed up with Nancy Ganz to share her tips on choosing the right shapewear for your look – just in time for the Melbourne Cup Carnival!