Fiji Time: 11:33 PM on Sunday 26 April

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / News

Pageant finalist at charity show

Repeka Nasiko
Thursday, November 22, 2012

THE face of Australian designer label, Zippora and Miss Teen Australia finalist, Rochelle Fox will be one of the guest models at the 2012 Style Fiji Charity Fashion Show in Denarau next month.

The 22-year-old Sydney born model will take part in the December 1 event that raises money for the Nadi Hospital.

Ms Fox is a disc jockey (DJ), radio and television personality and has worked in various Australian modelling agencies including Harry's Model Management.

The avid blogger is the face of Zippora, a label created by Australian designer, Karen Fulten.

Ms Fultens's designs will also feature at the charity event which raised more than $200,000 last year.

Working hand in hand, the model and designer will join other invited guests in the modelling and fashion industry at the event.

Ms Fox was recently recognised as one of Australia's hottest women by Maxin Magazine.

"Maxim Magazine Australia featured me in their hottest 100 Australian Females list at number 52. Miranda Kerr is No 1 and Prime Minister Julia Gillard hit 100, so I feel being around the 50 mark is a good achievement," said Ms Fox on her blog following the announcement.

"The list is made up of Australian females, from models, to actors, presenters, radio hosts and all around babes so I feel really lucky to be in the mix."

Ms Fox will be among the notable international guests at 2012 Style Fiji.

Other guests will include Miss Earth New Zealand 2012 Gloria Ofa Blake and Australian rugby league star, Kane Evans.





Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Man found unconscious, pronounced dead
  2. Simply the best
  3. Police probe body find
  4. $5m supermarket provides jobs
  5. Military team to leave for Noumea
  6. Bible verse inspires graduate
  7. Toddler drowns in river
  8. Students add colour to celebrations
  9. Time to remember the brave sons
  10. Tourists enjoy fine weather

Top Stories this Week

  1. Gang rape Monday (20 Apr)
  2. Bloody Sunday Monday (20 Apr)
  3. The murder of a schoolteacher Tuesday (21 Apr)
  4. Death shatters dream Monday (20 Apr)
  5. Wish for son's death Monday (20 Apr)
  6. Wrong body for burial Thursday (23 Apr)
  7. Unclaimed body laid to rest Tuesday (21 Apr)
  8. Hunt for terrorist Thursday (23 Apr)
  9. Rights over freehold land Wednesday (22 Apr)
  10. PM's office receives 1000 complaints Thursday (23 Apr)