Myer Fashions on the Field, Rosehill Gardens, Championships Day

New South Wales 
Venue: Royal Randwick 
Raceday: Spring Champion Stakes Day
Date: Saturday 10 October 2015

For more information and registration, click here. 

Chadstone Fashion Stakes Categories Stylish Gentlemen

Men of all ages with a keen eye for dapper style, overall appearance and faultless grooming will be talking to the catwalk on BECK Caulfield Guineas Day in the hope of being the most stylish of them all. 

Entry is open to males 18 years and over and millinery is mandatory.

Please read the terms and conditions here.

Saturday 10 October 2015 – BECK Caulfield Guineas Day
Stylish Gentlemen Heats and Grand Final

Chadstone Fashion Stakes Categories Stylish Ladies 40+ Years

A category showcasing the ultimate sophisticated lady, presenting herself with classic style and grace, will grace our presence in the Stylish Ladies 40+ Years.

Entry is open to females aged 41 years and over. Millinery is mandatory.

Please read the terms and conditions here.

Saturday 10 October 2015 – BECK Caulfield Guineas Day
Stylish Ladies 40+ Years Heats and Daily Final

Saturday 17 October 2015 – BMW Caulfield Cup Day
Stylish Ladies 40+ Years Heats, Daily Final and Grand Final 

Chadstone Fashion Stakes Categories Stylish Ladies 18-40 Years

 

Setting new standards every year, the Stylish Ladies 18 – 40 Years category will look to wow the crowds with an innate sense of spring fashion styling. Luxury accommodation packages, pampering packs and shopping vouchers are all part of the prize pool, awarded to the top 3 fashionistas on BMW Caulfield Cup Day.

Entry is open to females aged 18 – 40 years and millinery is mandatory.

Please read the terms and conditions here.

Saturday 10 October 2015 – BECK Caulfield Guineas Day
Stylish Ladies 18 – 40 Years Heats and Daily Final

Saturday 17 October 2015 – BMW Caulfield Cup Day
Stylish Ladies 18 – 40 Years Heats, Daily Final and Grand Final

Fashions on the Field Australian Finals

Throughout the year, Myer Fashions on the Field State Finals (Women's Racewear only) are held across the country. Each state finalist wins a trip to the Melbourne Cup Carnival and an invitation to compete in the Myer Fashions on the Field National Final at Flemington on Crown Oaks Day.  

The Victorian winner will be chosen from the daily winners of the Women's Racewear competitions at Flemington held on AAMI Victoria Derby Day, Emirates Melbourne Cup Day and Crown Oaks Day. On Crown Oaks Day, the three winners will then compete to determine who will be the Myer Fashions on the Field Victorian State Winner.

The winner will then advance into the National Final and compete against the other State Finalists for the coveted national title. 

Field state finals  

Queensland
Venue: Gold Coast Turf Club
Raceday: Magic Millions Raceday
Date: Saturday 10 January 2015

Tasmania
Venue: Tasmania Racing Club
Raceday: Hobart Cup
Date: Monday 9 February 2015

South Australia 
Venue: South Australia Jockey Club, Morphettville Racecourse
Raceday: Adelaide Cup
Date: Monday 9 March 2015

New South Wales 
Venue: Royal Randwick 
Raceday: Spring Champion Stakes Day
Date: Saturday 10 October 2015

Western Australia 
Venue: Ascot Racecourse
Raceday: Opening Day of Ascot
Date: Saturday 17 October 2015

Victoria 
Racecourse: Flemington Racecourse
Raceday: AAMI Victoria Derby Day; Emirates Melbourne Cup Day; Crown Oaks Day 
Dates: 31 October; 3 November; 5 November 2015 

Contestant criteria 

Women's Racewear contestants must fulfill the following contestant criteria, and acknowledge that they understand and agree to abide by the criteria, as they register in order to enter Fashions on the Field:

  • Contestants must be 18 years of age or more
  • Contestants and/or their outfits are not permitted to promote commercially a brand, store or designer
  • Contestants must not receive any compensation from a third party for entering this competition
  • Female contestants must have appropriate headwear to complement their racewear in order to enter
  • All prizes awarded to the contestant must remain the property of the contestant
  • Contestants are not permitted to alter or add to their outfit in any way from the beginning until the end of the competition (including heats and the preliminary, daily, state and national final).

Judging criteria

A panel of judges based their votes on the following Women's Racewear criteria:

  • Style and originality
  • Appropriateness of the outfit for the Melbourne Cup Carnival and the individual
  • Attention to detail with accessories
  • Understanding and interpretation of the current fashion trends
  • Grooming and deportment. Suitability of the outfit for the raceday.

Online registration 

Online registration for the Victorian heats of the 2015 Myer Fashions on the Field Women's Racewear category will open in October 2015.

Men's Racewear
 
Competition overview

Men’s Racewear became a Myer Fashions on the Field category in 2001 and today continues as a strong competition during the Melbourne Cup Carnival. There are no interstate competitions for the Men’s Racewear competition.

Held on AAMI Victoria Derby Day, the Men's Racewear category regularly attracts more than 150 well dressed male racegoers.

The competition continues to grow in popularity each year and has seen a high calibre of entrants sporting a variety of suits, shirt and tie combinations and hats - proving that Fashions on the Field is not just for the ladies.

Contestant criteria

Male contestants must fulfill the following criteria, and acknowledge that they understand and agreed to abide by the criteria as they register in order to enter Myer Fashions on the Field:

 

  • Contestants must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Contestants and/or their outfits are not permitted to promote commercially a brand, store or designer.
  • Contestants must not receive any compensation from a third party for participating in this competition.
  • All prizes awarded to the contestant must remain the property of the contestant and are not transferable, exchangeable or redeemable for cash.
  • Contestants are not permitted to alter or add to their outfit in any way from the beginning until the end of the competition (including Heats and the Preliminary Final and Final).

Judging criteria

A panel of judges based their votes on the following Men’s Racewear criteria:

  • Style and originality
  • Appropriateness of the outfit for the Melbourne Cup Carnival and the individual
  • Attention to detail with accessories (eg. hat, lapel flower etc.)/li>
  • Understanding and interpretation of the current fashion trends
  • Grooming and deportment. Suitability of the outfit for the raceday 
  • Click Here for registration.

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