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Interview with Face of QT Fashion Week finalist Dayna Jeffrey

Well today we are sitting down to chat with Dayna Jeffrey one of the finalists of the face of fashion week who is in the mix with twenty others to be appointed the face of the QT Fashion Week and Awards to be held in April.
Well starting off with the basics who what and where 
Who inspires you most..?
Miranda Kerr inspires me the most with her natural beauty, grace & style. She always looks classy to perfection, in whatever she wears.
If you had to describe yourself to someone in a few short words what would you say?
A few words that describe me would be a very warm, down to earth person, who is kind and easy to get along with.
Where would you say you find your motivation?
By always staying very positive and enjoying what you do, it’s very easy to stay motivated when you are passionate about life.

What would you say fashion means to you ?

Fashion to me is finding your own style that you feel comfortable in.  I love buying outfits and adding my own little pieces to it to make it uniquely me.
When did you first get started in modelling and what made you get into the industry?
I got into the industry about four years ago after entering a local competition. I have always been interested in fashion & beauty so loved the idea of showcasing different styles that I would not normally wear.
What would you say has been a career highlight so far ?
My Career highlight would be meeting the beautiful Samantha Harris at Melbourne Fashion Week and walking for designer Christopher Chronis in “Body Canvas “ which raised funds for breast cancer research.

As the Gold Coast is pretty different market how would you describe Gold Coast Fashion What makes it different in your eyes? 

GC fashion has its very own laid back style, you can wear shorts and a top to the beach then put a necklace lipstick and heels, and go out to dinner with your friends.

A Little About You …?

I am also a makeup artist which allows me to work within the same industry.  I like to visit the gym stay fit and healthy and spend time with my friends.
Now as a final question what makes you stand out from the other finalists of Face of Fashion Week..?
I think I have a very natural and fresh girl next door look but are versatile with different looks. I have a very bubbly personality so With all these beautiful girls I hope these things allow me to stand out.
Want to see the 20 finalists compete to become the Face of QT Fashion and Awards held on March 7 at Stingray Lounge
Head over to moshtix and get your tickets Click Here

Owen George
Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city

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Interview with Face of QT Fashion Week finalist Dayna Jeffrey

Well today we are sitting down to chat with Dayna Jeffrey one of the finalists of the face of fashion week who is in the mix with twenty others to be appointed the face of the QT Fashion Week and Awards to be held in April.
Well starting off with the basics who what and where 
Who inspires you most..?
Miranda Kerr inspires me the most with her natural beauty, grace & style. She always looks classy to perfection, in whatever she wears.
If you had to describe yourself to someone in a few short words what would you say?
A few words that describe me would be a very warm, down to earth person, who is kind and easy to get along with.
Where would you say you find your motivation?
By always staying very positive and enjoying what you do, it’s very easy to stay motivated when you are passionate about life.

What would you say fashion means to you ?

Fashion to me is finding your own style that you feel comfortable in.  I love buying outfits and adding my own little pieces to it to make it uniquely me.
When did you first get started in modelling and what made you get into the industry?
I got into the industry about four years ago after entering a local competition. I have always been interested in fashion & beauty so loved the idea of showcasing different styles that I would not normally wear.
What would you say has been a career highlight so far ?
My Career highlight would be meeting the beautiful Samantha Harris at Melbourne Fashion Week and walking for designer Christopher Chronis in “Body Canvas “ which raised funds for breast cancer research.

As the Gold Coast is pretty different market how would you describe Gold Coast Fashion What makes it different in your eyes? 

GC fashion has its very own laid back style, you can wear shorts and a top to the beach then put a necklace lipstick and heels, and go out to dinner with your friends.

A Little About You …?

I am also a makeup artist which allows me to work within the same industry.  I like to visit the gym stay fit and healthy and spend time with my friends.
Now as a final question what makes you stand out from the other finalists of Face of Fashion Week..?
I think I have a very natural and fresh girl next door look but are versatile with different looks. I have a very bubbly personality so With all these beautiful girls I hope these things allow me to stand out.
Want to see the 20 finalists compete to become the Face of QT Fashion and Awards held on March 7 at Stingray Lounge
Head over to moshtix and get your tickets Click Here

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Owen George

Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city