Fashion at the Races isn't complete without an ambassador, and this year we are lucky enough to have 3 beautiful SA women as the competition ambassadors. Channel 7 presenters Rosanna Mangiarelli, Jessica Adamson and Amelia Mulcahy will be hosting events throughout the season, travelling around South Australia to see the best fashion the State has to offer. Amelia returns after also being the competition ambassador for the 2015-16 competition.
- Rosanna completed a journalism Degree at Uni SA, and went on to first cut her teeth at Southern Cross Television in Port Pirie, becoming one of Australia's first video journalists
- Rosanna has interviewed boxing great Muhammad Ali, Anzac hero Alec Campbell and award winning writer Max Fatchen
- Jessica grew up on her family farm at Hallet, in the Mid North of South Australia, which gave her a solid background in rural affairs
- Jessica has covered some of the biggest news stories of the last decade, including the Sydney and Beijing Olympics, the Tour De France, the Beaconsfield Mine disaster, the Bali Bombings, and the devastating Boxing Day tsunamis
- Jessica was announced as SA journalist of the year in 2006, and received the SA Institute of Justice Police Media Award in 2003
- Amelia is not just the Weather Presenter for Channel 7, but the weather, climate and environment reporter
- Amelia has plenty of experience in the fashion side of things, having hosted the David Jones Spring summer fashion parades, the Adelaide Fashion Festival, and most recently the Fashion at the Races competition.
Rosanna, Jessica and Amelia came together for a stylish photo shoot earlier this year, dressed in some of this year's upcoming race wear trends from BNKR, and millinery by this year's millinery ambassador Sylvy Earl. Think clean lines and a touch of detail with ruffles and fringing. Check out the behind the scenes look from the shoot, shot by Duy Dash and styled by Charlotte Chambers.
Stay tuned for more updates and to see which events Rosanna, Jessica and Amelia will be hosting throughout the year.