Newborn fashion designer and mum of twins wins $10m scholarship for Australian students

Newborn design and fashion school director Mandy Sirok is celebrating the birth of her twins with a $10 million scholarship fund for Australian student-athletes.

Ms Siroko was born in Sydney, grew up in Melbourne and has taught fashion design to Australian kids at a range of schools including Melbourne Fashion School, Melbourne School of Fashion Design, Melbourne Fashion College and Melbourne Fashion Academy.

“It’s a great way to get the kids involved in fashion,” Ms Surok said.

“They’ve seen me as a model for fashion, they’ve seen my work, they’re proud of me.”

The students are just so excited about what I can bring to their lives.

“It’s such a great opportunity to be part of something so meaningful and really impactful.”

Ms Srok said she wanted to give back to her community.

“I don’t have any money in the bank, I don’t need any, I’m a mother of twins and I can’t even give you a list of what I’m doing,” she said.

“I want to give the children of Australia a better experience in fashion than they can experience on their own.”

A spokesperson for Melbourne Fashion said they had been approached by Ms Suraks and would consider making her an ambassador for their school, and were currently working with her to find a suitable role for her.

The spokesperson said the school would also “be providing a scholarship to the school for the winners”.

The Victoria Police Department also launched a “festival of sorts” on Monday with the theme “Meet the Stars” featuring fashion models from around the country, including Australian model Alyssa Milano, US model Sarah Jones, Canadian model Jessica Sullen, and Australian model Amanda Kincaid. “

The school is excited to welcome Mandy and the other students to the Fashion School for a weeklong stay to celebrate the birth.”

The Victoria Police Department also launched a “festival of sorts” on Monday with the theme “Meet the Stars” featuring fashion models from around the country, including Australian model Alyssa Milano, US model Sarah Jones, Canadian model Jessica Sullen, and Australian model Amanda Kincaid.

Ms Kincadz, who is the face of the event, said she was honoured to be involved.

“My name is Alyssas and I’m so honoured to have the opportunity to work with the Victoria Police on a project like this, which gives Victoria a showcase for the best young models around,” she told ABC News.

“We are so lucky to have some of these incredible people representing Victoria.”

Ms Kinsadz said the theme was a tribute to the young women who had made their mark in the fashion industry, and the school was “dedicated to teaching and inspiring young people to be models”.

“It gives Victoria the opportunity for a showcase of young people who are just doing what they love to do and being proud of it, and being able to share that with others,” she added.

The Victoria Fashion Awards are held annually at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, and feature more than 40 different award categories, including best new designer, best new label, best student, best agency and best creative.

Ms Smith, who also appeared in the popular TV show “Fashion Police”, said she had a “special connection” to Melbourne Fashion, having studied there and worked at Fashion College.

“When I first came here to study, I remember it being so much more relaxed and relaxed,” she explained.

“There’s no dress code, there’s no alcohol.

It’s just a place for people to relax and be themselves and just enjoy life.”

“It was like, I didn’t know any of the other kids here, and I just wanted to be here and have fun.”

Victoria’s Fashion Schools were launched in 2011, with the aim of encouraging the arts and education in schools.

Ms Glynn said the schools’ purpose was to give Australian kids the opportunity of creating their own fashion identity.

“Our aim is to give these young people the opportunity, to show them the world and to show the world the value of their work,” she argued.

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