Fashions in the Field

Fashions in the Field is an integral part of the Bay to Birdwood, and celebrates the fashions of the eras represented by the vehicles entered in the event.

This much anticipated feature of the Finish Event held at the National Motor Museum, is free to enter and open to everyone who attends on the day.

In 2016, our expert judges will be on the lookout for period correct dress in three categories – best dressed female, male and family and prizes will be presented for the most authentic look, and runner-up in each category.

Registration for entry takes place throughout the morning, with winners announced and prizes presented on the main stage, shortly after lunch.

So, get those outfits together and come and join us on the day for a chance to win some fabulous prizes!

The 2016 Fashions in the Field is proudly supported by Kris Lloyd Artisan and Woodside Cheeses, Kersbrook Hill Wines, Austin Blooms, Melba’s Chocolates, Inglewood Inn, Arkaba Hotel and Repco.

The 2016 Bay to Birdwood Run Fashions in the Field winners for most authentic look:

Most authentic female, Tania Ham

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Most authentic group: Kate Larsen & Dave Stephenson

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The 2015 Bay to Birdwood Classic Fashions in the Field competition broke records with 63 people entered. Winners were announced for most authentic look:

50s Winner: Ebony West. Pictured below:

2015 fashions

60’s: Winner: Debbie and John Goddard (couple)

70’s Winner: Kirsty, Ryan and Flynn Turner (family) pictured below:

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Fashions in the Field in 2013 was Bond style, some of the winners were:

Best 70s: Andrew Adair, pictured below:

Andrew Adair

Best 60s: Kim Pepe (In Yellow). Pictured below:

Kim Pepe