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Watch: A festa for the senses at the Pink Fashion Show

Public garden decked out for the occasion

The highlights of the Pink Fashion Show, held on Wednesday evening at the spectacular and somewhat undiscovered King George V Recreational Grounds in Floriana, were captured on camera.

It featured a feast of fashion and the party atmosphere organised by Malta's magazine for women for its 10th edition.

Hundreds of guests at the sought-after Times of Malta event were regaled by a festa theme, while the trademark surprise element of the show made an appearance with the participation of a 30-piece banda from the Vilhena Band Club, where musicians played and marched alongside models in bikinis, traditional festa food and pyrotechnics.

The public garden was decked out for the occasion, with the cooperation of the Floriana local council, allowing guests who had never been there to discover and enjoy the stunning backdrop of Grand Harbour beyond the surrounding bastions, where an after-party was held.

On the catwalk at KGV, which literally framed the panorama, they got to feast their eyes on the latest trends from the top high-street brands and local designers, including Carla Grima Atelier, Coccinelle, Corteifel, Emthunzini Hats, Furla, Ipanema, Isle & Aqua, O’hea Opticians, Oltre, Orsay, Pedro del Hierro and Women’secret, with a spotlight on swimwear to welcome the spirit of summer.
Thirty models were made up by Guerlain, with hair by Screen Professional Hair Salons Malta, which teamed up to create a fresh and upbeat look that befitted this festive setting and the season’s fun vibe.

The 10th edition of The Pink Fashion Show was supported by Aldo, Campari, Carolina Herrera, Casapinta Exhibitions and Events, Costa Coffee, Diet Kinnie, Floriana local council, Go, Magnum, Pringles, Renault, Stephanie Borg, Tettiera, Uno de 50 and Vichy, as well as the Malta Playing Fields Association, the Vilhena Band Club and the Ghaqda Pawlini.

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