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Entertainment Frocked 'n loaded: See the best dressed Aussie stars at the COVID-friendly 2020 Melbourne Cup Carnival launch

08:10  27 october  2020
08:10  27 october  2020 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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Think pink! Terry Biviano dresses in head-to-toe pastel and fluffy heels as she attends the Melbourne Cup Carnival Launch with her husband Anthony Minichiello.

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a woman wearing a costume: The Melbourne Cup Carnival 2020 is here - but not in the way you've ever known it to be. We take a look at the best dresses from the launch of the annual spectacle, twists and all. © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd The Melbourne Cup Carnival 2020 is here - but not in the way you've ever known it to be. We take a look at the best dresses from the launch of the annual spectacle, twists and all.

Just because 2020 cancelled virtually every event (and, well, any sense of normality we've known...) doesn't mean we can't enjoy some of the simple annual pleasures we so fondly look forward to each year.

Oh, and you can bet that absolutely includes ogling and revelling over every single outfit at the spring races.

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Yes, fashion finds a way - COVID or no COVID, so when the Melbourne Cup carnival launch was hosted in Sydney instead of Melbourne this year, we were strapped in and ready to devour those frivolous fashions on the new COVID-friendly field.

From Nadia Bartel's pastel peak to Jasmine Stefanovic's legally blonde moment, we look at the best dressed women from the event.

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