Tickets for the final night of the Diet Coke Malta Fashion Awards are out on sale through ticketline.com.mt.
General standing area tickets are available at €10.00, seated area tickets are at €15.00 and exclusive VVIP area access is at €50.00.
The Malta Fashion Awards are considered to be the biggest fashion party in Malta and this year’s event includes a variety of fashion shows and hair shows as well as on stage music and dance performances by some of Malta’s top talent of the moment. Other highlights include various international fashion designers such as Julien Macdonald, Bo Carter, Monica Paracha, Michael Long, Deborah Veale and Sonja Mohlich. The University of Creative Arts (UK) is also supporting the event for the first time this year.
Throughout the evening this year’s winners will walk away with the highly coveted Malta Fashion Award statue in seven categories and two Wella Trend Vision Awards.
The Awards night has become a highly anticpated annual gathering that normally attracts over 4000 people in a party/concert setup. Feedback for this year’s event has been very encouraging and attendance is expected to be even higher than before, as the Awards night closes off a week of fashion celebration in the first ever Malta Fashion Week.
All ticket holders may obtain complimentary tickets to the after party at Numero Uno on the night itself.
Visit ticketline.com.mt to buy tickets online.
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