Are you the 2012 Face of Caulfield?
Calling all guys. For the first time ever in 2012, the Melbourne Racing Club will not only search for a single Face of Caulfield, but will widen its hunt in order to appoint an ambassador of each gender. Together, they will join forces to represent the 2012 BMW Caulfield Cup Carnival in style.
The duo will need to represent classic racing style, be comfortable in front of the camera and exude confidence in public speaking. The winners must be savvy in all aspects of social media and employ grace, poise, elegance, and charisma across the board.
As part of their duties as the Faces of Caulfield, the duo will be involved in presenting and co-hosting at Caulfield fashion and entertainment events and will document their personal insights and experiences as the Faces of Caulfield via dedicated social media channels and the Caulfield Racing fashion and entertainment blogs.
Once appointed, the Faces of Caulfield will receive star treatment, including access to leading stylists, VIP entry into exclusive fashion and racing events and will be dressed by Australia’s best fashion and accessory houses.
Along with the money-can’t-buy experience, this year’s prize pool is valued at over $40,000, including $6,000 in cash to each Face, jewellery and luxury holidays.
The winner of the Face of Caulfield for 2011, Bree Laughlin, was thrown into the limelight, co-hosting at the Caulfield fashion and entertainment stages, presenting webisodes, judging the Chadstone Fashion Stakes and taking part in various fashion shoots and TV interviews. Bree was fortunate enough to work alongside media personalities Giaan Rooney and Brodie Harper and presented the prestigious BMW Caulfield Cup with racing legend Gai Waterhouse.
In addition, as the 2011 Face of Caulfield, Bree attended the exclusive, annual Caulfield Ladies Luncheon and was preened and pampered by Australia’s leading fashion, make-up and hair teams celebrity treatment for a star in the making!
“Winning the Face of Caulfield in 2011 was a life changing experience and something that I will never forget,” says Bree. “As the Face of Caulfield, I was fortunate enough to work on some of racing’s most prestigious fashion and social events – the experience and career skills I learnt were truly invaluable!” This year, the search will begin on the 12th of to find the lady and gent who will represent the BMW Caulfield Cup Carnival and become the Faces of Caulfield for 2012.