Priceline’s Melbourne Fashion Week 2020 show was the runway we need.

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To quote beauty influencer Gemma Watts, it was the best runway she’d seen in her 10 years of covering VAMFF. And even better, half of all ticket sales will be donated to the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation, which raises money for five Australian charities that help women and their families.

Walking down that runway to Lizzo and Destiny’s Child was daunting, exhilarating, humbling and fortifying. And sweaty. But it really wasn’t until after the lights went down and everyone had left that I realised just how bloody incredible that experience was, and what it really meant to me and women who have never seen themselves represented in a fashion show before.

Wearing the first suit I’ve ever owned, with a custom hair and makeup look designed specifically for me by award-winning hair artist Sarah Laidlaw, I’ve never felt hotter. But I can’t honestly say preparing for this show hasn’t…

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