Brisbane Racing Club Fashion Committee
The Brisbane Racing Club Fashion Committee was established in 2014 as an initiative to maintain and improve the running of Brisbane Racing Club’s fashion events.
Since then, the Brisbane Racing Club has continued to evolve its Fashions on the Field competitions and non-racing fashion events to see them become highly anticipated events on the Brisbane fashion social calendars.
The committee comprises of volunteers identified as being a key influence in fashion and racing in Brisbane who are passionate about fashion, racing, and building relationships with like-minded people.
The Brisbane Racing Club Fashion Committee continues to assist the Club in raising the fashion profile of the local Fashions on the Field events.
We are proud to introduce the talented volunteers of the 2018/2019 Fashion Committee.
Pamela Cameron is a Brisbane milliner known for her bespoke millinery label, Ascot Hats. Her passion is racewear millinery designs that have enjoyed multiple wins at Fashions on the Field events. Her designs have frequently been worn to Buckingham Palace and international racing carnivals. Pamela’s eye for millinery design and racing fashion has continued to develop over a lifelong association with racing. She has many years’ experience as a judge for Fashions on the Field and continues to promote racing fashion though the BRC Fashion Committee. She is a long term member of the Brisbane Racing Club.
Jessica Toms is a new Committee Member for the 2018/19 season. Jessica is a Moet & Chandon Chairman’s Club Member and regular race goer with a keen interest in racing fashion and events. Jess assisted as a Fashion Committee Member for each of the Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival events and was a valuable contribution in the lead up to the days. She looks forward to the year’s fashion events especially Country Music Raceday and Girls Day Out.
Meredith is the owner of Meredith McMaster Millinery. Meredith's millinery journey started some 18 years ago just as a hobby and completed her Cert 4 through TAFE. Deciding that millinery was more than a hobby she furthered her education by attending forums, workshops and intensive classes with ‘millinery greats’ both from Australia and overseas. Meredith had been working in sales and marketing at Proctor & Gamble for 20 years when she made the decision to leave that and pursue millinery full-time, a choice she is glad to have made. Meredith loves the creativity and social environment of Fashions On The Field.
Grace is a new Committee Member for the 2018/19 season. Grace recently graduated from QUT Fashion and has interned at Cosmopolitan Magazine and Cosmopolitan Bride in editorial shoots and styling. Grace has been a regular racegoer since turning 18 and always heads to the track to watch the anticipated Fashions On The Field competitions. Jess assisted as a Fashion Committee Member for each of the Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival events and looks forward to the year’s fashion events including Spring Racing Carnival and the family days.
Dale has been an avid racegoer her entire life and is a long term member of the Brisbane Racing Club. She has been a multiple Fashions on the Field winner throughout Australia and has also many years of experience judging Fashions on the Field competitions for racing clubs throughout Queensland. As former owner of the iconic millinery boutique The Hat Box, she has strong connections with members of the racing and fashion industry, as well as a working relationship with both print and electronic media journalists. She has written articles for both newspapers and magazines.