It wasn't so much fashions 'on' the field at this year's Gold Cup, as it was fashions 'off' the field.
The hotly contested 'best dressed' titles continued in lieu of a physical presence at the Murrumbidgee Turf Club (MTC) on Friday.
This year, organisers turned to social media to promote the categories, which included as always the best-dressed male and best dressed female entries.
"It went really well, we had great interest from people online, which is a really good result considering it's the first time we've ever done it like this," said the MTC's Michelle Merrylees.
"It was quite surreal having cup day without a crowd and an atmosphere, hopefully, it's not something we'll have to repeat."
Entrants tagged the MTC on Instagram for their chance at one of three prizes. Roughly 40 participants entered, which was, unfortunately, a drop from previous years.
"We normally would have five categories with a few heats and 15 [entrants] in each," Ms Merrylees said.
"It was really different doing it online, but it did still keep people involved in the race day which was the goal."
Judged again this year by major sponsor Kristopher Graydon Jewellers, the big winners were Belle Strahorn for the female category and Jason Jay for the men.
The winners have been notified via Instagram, but are yet to claim their prizes.