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Races fashion on show

The winners and finalists for this year's Fashions competition at Ladies Day at the 2012 July Racing Carnival.
The winners and finalists for this year's Fashions competition at Ladies Day at the 2012 July Racing Carnival.

WATCH this video as 2011 Face of the Carnival Elyan Shotbolt talks about judging this year's competition - and 2012 winner Elanna Browning talk about her experience winning this year's competition.

For a full wrap-up of all the fashion on Ladies Day, don't miss Lesley App's full wrap-up in Unwind in tomorrow's Daily Examiner.

Topics:  fashion july racing carnival



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