Frocktober fun begins

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The CityNews teal blue Enchant√© frock has hit the capital big time in the wake of ovarian cancer fundraiser Frocktober, as worn by some of the city’s most influential ladies including Senator Kate Lundy, Deputy Chief Minister Katy Gallagher, President of the Canberra Chamber of Women in Business Laurie McDonald and WIN TV newsreader Danielle Post.

Frocktober Canberra chair Amy Moon sported the sleek cocktail dress at the Frocktober launch at King O’ Malley’s last Friday.

The question is, do you want to be seen in it?

Here at CityNews HQ we will accept any donations from a lady or gent keen to borrow the frock for a fancy dinner, day in the office, picnic in the park or what have you.

We have set a up donations page here for the frock and will accept bids to own the dress, the winner can take home the frock forever at Frocktober’s finally.

Just drop me an email



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