Jennifer Hawkins re-signs with Myer

Myer, Jen HawkinsJennifer Hawkins will continue as the face of department store giant, Myer, for a further two years.

Hawkins will represent Myer across marketing campaigns, fashion and racing as well as major store events and brand launches.

“I am really thrilled to continue in my role as the face of Myer,” said Hawkins. “I am so grateful for the opportunity Myer has given me over the last ten years and I am excited about the next two years. I have had a lot of amazing experiences and memories with Myer and have particularly loved meeting so many gorgeous customers over the years across the various events and store openings that I have been a part of. I’m really looking forward to fashion launch next week and seeing all of the great summer designer collections,” she said.

Richard Umbers, Myer CEO and MD, said he was delighted that Jennifer will continue in her role as the face of Myer.

“Jennifer has been a wonderful and much-loved face of Myer over the last ten years and is one of Australia’s most fashionable and popular personalities,” he said.

“We are really proud to continue our strong relationship with Jennifer, and we know that our customers will love seeing her modelling the latest styles and trends, and meeting her at our Myer fashion events.”

Hawkin’s next appearance for Myer will be to headline the Spring 2016 Fashion Launch show on Tuesday 23 August at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney. Hawkins will also appear at the Myer Sydney City store on Saturday 27 August at 12.30pm with new Myer Ambassador and Rio Olympian, Cameron McEvoy.

Hawkins joined Myer in 2006 and will continue until the end of 2018.

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