Teneriffe Festival unveils official fashion program

Now in its fifth year, the Teneriffe Festival remains one of the State’s most prominent - and stylish - events, a position to be further-reinforced by bringing on industry experts Emerge Australia to curate a fashion program showcasing local designers and key fashion commentators.
Throughout the day, Emerge will deliver a series of whimsical and mesmerising runway events and creative workshops, all with an interactive approach and showcasing the diverse and creative components that make up the fashion industry. 

Delivering unique insight to the world of fashion across the course of seven individual runway events, Emerge have assembled a program encompassing accessories, shoes and bags, emerging designers, swim and resort wear, Merino wool, sustainable styling and avant-garde hairstyling and make-up.

Runway Schedule:

Please click here for additional details on each runway event.

Morning Session 

11:00am : Swim & Resort Wear
12:30pm : Sustainable Styling & Designers
2:00pm : Accessories, Shoes & Bags 

Evening Session
3:30pm : Avant Garde Hair & Make-Up
5:00pm : Emerging Designers
6:30pm : Woolmark & Merino Wool 
8:00pm : Established Designers & Boutiques 

While entry to the fashion precinct is free of charge, patrons have the opportunity to purchase exclusively reserved VIP tables or seats closer to the action. Table packages will be split into either ‘Champagne Breakfast’ packages for the first three events of the day or ‘Sunset Showcases’ for the final four events.

For more details on how to purchase tickets for the shows CLICK HERE:

Boring but necessary legal small print: Certain areas at the Teneriffe Festival have been granted a special licence to sell and serve liquor at the event. Our licensees have a responsibility to meet obligations with respect to minors on licensed premises under the Liquor Act 1992. A minor is a person who is under 18 years of age & must be accompanied by an adult who is responsibly supervising the minor.
Even when accompanied, minors are not exempt from complying with the Liquor Act 1992. Not only is a licensee responsible for refusing the sale of liquor to a minor, licensees and their staff are also legally required to prevent liquor from being supplied or consumed by a minor.