The fashion showcased on the runway in 1999 was: Alannah Hill, Avatar, Ali Wood, Alex Perry, Collette Dinnigan, C Design, Elements, Esprit, Jac Allen, Lisa Ho, Myer City, Pierucci, Morrissey, Nicola Finetti, Ray Costarella, Ruth Tarvydas, Samantha Wynne, Saba, Wayne Cooper, Scanlon & Theodore, Spppsssp and Sunseeker.
The second STYLEAID saw a return to the Hyatt Regency and after the success of the first year saw an increase to 450 guests. The event was hosted by personalities Nathan Harvey and Fiona Horne and was the first time that the WA Ballet was involved in performing at the event.
The event featured entertainment from Elly Deslandes and Big Al and the Vibrolators as well as a surprise set from a then unknown Alex Lloyd who took to the stage with his guitar for an acoustic set.
Major sponsors for the second STYLEAID were: The Colonnade, Finlandia Vodka, Moet & Chandon, Hyatt Regency Perth, Montana Wines, San Pellegrino, Baci, WA Ballet, Margaret River Chocolate Company and Paradigm Shift.
Models in the parade come from Jemma International, Spiers Model Management, Vivien's Model Management and Carberry Model Management.
The STYLEAID 99 committee was made up of Aaron Davey, Aly May, Emma Phillips, Paul McClurg, Jackie Sklenka, Paul Oswald, Chelsea Evans, Paul O'Connor, Mark Reid, Joanna Calder, Cecily O'Neill, Annette Hasluck, Lyle Hendri, Nana Neil Van Zee, Hendra Widjaja and was chaired by WA AIDS Council Chairperson Trish Langdon. Tami McMahon was the WA AIDS Council STYLEAID Event Manager for 1999.
This was also the first year that the STYLEAID program discovered a real design element with a transparent red see through wrap around as well as a reversed 2 sided long programme.