Deborah Thomas, Collette Dinnigan
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Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Lunch

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Coleman Greig Lawyers, in conjunction with our sponsors St George Bank, Moore Stephens and 360HR, is delighted to bring you the next big event in the Women in Business calendar: lunch with the internationally renowned fashion designer Collette Dinnigan and the Editorial Director of the Australian Women’s Weekly, Deborah Thomas.

We are thrilled to be working again this year with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to celebrate their 2010 Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Campaign (FTBC). Our Women in Business lunch will feature a conversational-style interview between FTBC ambassador Collette Dinnigan and Deborah Thomas – sure to provide the audience with a fascinating insight into their lives, careers and achievements to date.

In keeping with the focus on fashion and style the event will have the theme “Black & White…. with a Touch of Pink” so dress accordingly, dust off that LBD and throw on a touch of pink in support of this very worthy cause.

Join us at this exclusive celebration of Australian fashion and generosity of spirit that makes FTBC such a huge success!

  • Hear first-hand what inspires, motivates and drives Collette Dinnigan, arguably our most successful fashion export and red-carpet favourite
  • Re-live Deborah Thomas’ incredible achievements in journalism and current affairs, and discover how she rose to the top in the competitive world of media and magazines
  • Support an innovative and exciting campaign and raise funds for breast cancer research
  • Network with other great businesswomen
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch with complimentary drinks
  • Entertain clients or reward your staff by bringing them along
  • Win fantastic prizes through our great fundraising activities

Places will be limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.


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Date And Time

26 August 2010 @ 12:00 PM to 02:30 PM



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