Men’s Style Workshop hosted by me; James Banham

The wonderful people at Westfield are some of the country’s best in bringing affordable and higher-end fashions, brands and retailers to the masses through their plentiful shopping centres peppered around the country. They do it well.

This October, the Westfield brand has been hosting fashion festivals in each of their shopping centres around Melbourne to promote retailers to their customers, encourage a new injection of fashion into the dilapidated wardrobes of many from the cooler winter months and prove to men and women of all ages that fashion and style can be fun, simple and most importantly affordable.

This spring-summer season they’re wanting to show Australians how they can reinvigorate their spring wardrobes and wear clothes for the season with pride and style.

I’ve been lucky enough to be invited to host – alongside Westfield Southland’s in-house stylist Jo Blankfield – a men’s style workshop where I’ll be introducing what three essential pieces of clothing guys need this spring-summer season, how to wear it, when, where and why.

How exciting.

I won’t tell you what they are; yet. You’ll just have to come along and witness the wonderment of my public and free workshop.


It’s all happening at Westifeld Southland Shopping Centre, 1239 Nepean Highway, Cheltenham, Victoria.


Saturday 27 October 2012 at 2:30pm to 3:00pm.

The day will run something like this…

For more information and to see the full page from where this excerpt came, see here.

This is a bit about my on-stage accomplice, Jo Blankfield…

One Response to “Men’s Style Workshop hosted by me; James Banham”
  1. Sounds great! Might see you there x

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