Friday, 29 March 2013

Fashion Connect @ Fashion Lounge

Fashion Connect's fourth instalment found itself at a new home, Fashion Lounge on Flinders Lane.  A crush of diehard fashionistas, frocked up and partied on, on Wednesday evening, showing true grit and determination after the week long marathon of "lights, models, guest lists sweetie" that is LMFF.

Poppin' Polaroids.

Mr. OC.

Hostess Amber Renae, looking angelic in Craig Braybrook.

Pole Diva's a go-go.

She has a secret.

Delectable DJ Kiti.

Another fantastic night of entertainment, fashion and fund raising for Aids Trust Australia.

Go Connect.


Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Postcode 3000

As seen in The Age newspapers Postcode 3000 column, scribed by that everywhere woman about town, Suzanne Carbone.

Shades of Brown
Emblazoned like a human beacon in his orange jacket, artist Gavin Brown looked like he leapt off the wall at his Urban Scrawl exhibition and joined the mortals worshipping his graffiti scenes. Brown is anything but brown and at the fortyfivedownstairs gallery in Flinders Lane, he was joined by partner Peter Curnow, who snapped away for their blog nic-nak castle, artist Chris Beaumont and wife Rita Arrigo, a friend of Rachel Griffiths, who was amused at the actor's aptitude for the ''f---'' word at the Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards. In the ''too talented'' department is Pascale Gomes-McNabb, the architect who designed another piece of Andrew McConnell heaven at Cumulus Up, the dreamy bar upstairs. In a family outing for Oscar-winning animator Adam Elliot, he was with partner Dan Doherty and parents, Noel and Val. Elliott can see the light at the end of the claymation tunnel after spending three years writing his new romance-comedy.

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Thank you Suzanne Carbone & The Age for attending Urban Scrawl.

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Urban Scrawl- The Opening.

Yesterday saw the launch of Gavin Brown's latest exhibition @ Fortyfivedownstairs Gallery. The crowd was almost as colourful and vibrant as the artwork.

Afterwards we all retired to The Carlton for a celebratory beverage or two.

Don't miss this show.