There's a reason we're so fond of model-off-duty style. It's casual, effortless, original, and the best way to pull yourself out of a fashion slump. Which is why the latest event from RUSSH and Calvin Klein is so inviting. We're offering 15 lucky readers and their chosen guest the opportunity to attend an intimate wardrobe session with actress and model Gemma Ward, hosted by RUSSH editor in chief, Jess Blanch, at Calvin Klein's Melbourne Central store.
Does this sound up your alley? Learn more about the event, and how to win an invite, below.
About the event
The exclusive event will take place from 6-8pm on October 12, 2023, at the Calvin Klein Melbourne Central store, with bubbles and canapés to greet guests on arrival.
To begin the festivities, Gemma Ward will join RUSSH editor in chief, Jess Blanch, for a candid conversation about her storied career in the fashion and film industry – which includes a tenure as the face of Calvin Klein fragrance Obsession Night at 17-years-old, and later, walking for the Fall 2016 Calvin Klein menswear collection.
Following this, guests will be led through a wardrobe session, exploring the latest Calvin Klein women's apparel in all its potential. Guests will have the opportunity to try on these pieces and fall as in love with them as we have.
About the new Calvin Klein collection
The latest Calvin Klein range is a sensual offering of the brand's signature elevated wardrobe staples. You may recall the campaign shot by Inez & Vinoodh, which featured JENNIE, Jung Kook, Kendall Jenner, along with newcomers like Alexa Demie and Kid Cudi, and flooded our feeds on social media. Launched on August 14, this Calvin Klein collection was created to inspire confidence in our everyday; as seen through the slinky black dresses and alluring leather skirt worn by Jenner.
How to enter:
To be in the running to win a spot at the RUSSH x Calvin Klein wardrobe session event hosted by Gemma Ward, enter your details below. Terms and conditions apply. Registration closes October 5, and winners will be notified on October 6.