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Ready to Launch!

Last night I was one of the lucky people who attended the official launch of Couturing.com, held at the historical Melbourne GPO. Lisa Teh and Thom Whilton are the two amazing faces behind this amazing website (check it out here if you haven't done so already!). 


Upon entering the GPO, I felt like royalty, as I walked along the red carpet to the venue located on Level 1. As I entered the venue, I could hear the pumping sounds of a DJ, churning out hit after hit, getting me into a party mode instantly. 




I loved the floral & bottle arrangement, c/o fleurs, arranged meticulously upon wooden shelves. It brought an air of sophistication and chic to the room, which was bright from the Melbourne sunlight, streaming though the ornate windows. 




Amongst the crowd were stylish fashionistas, designers, such as Sarah Conners, stylists such as the fabulous Sally, from Styled by Sally, and fellow bloggers, Michelle from Michelle's Style File, Cecylia from Cecylia.com, and Jess Dempsey of What Would Karl Do?

With Sarah Conners
Sally  &  I
Michelle & I
With Cecylia
Jess & I

Guests were treated to scrumptious tasty treats and Belvedere vodka mixers, served in Martini glasses (minus the cherry)! 

 
Special guests included Australian fashion icon Jenny Bannister & Phillip Boon of Fashion Torque, as well as the charming Dean Hewitt of Madam Virtue & Co


Jenny Bannister and Philip Boon

Jenny B & I

Dean Hewitt & Philip Boon
 
With Dean

Overall, I enjoyed this night of fashion fun immensely. It was wonderful to celebrate with Lisa, Thom and fashionable friends. I  wish them every success as they embark on this exciting new journey!

With the stunning Lisa


Lisa, Thom & I

Yours in style,

Suzi x


What I'm Wearing: Tartan Skirt-Denny Rose Italy, Sweater-Ralph Lauren, Mary-Jane suede pumps- Repetto, Vintage Glowmesh Purse-Oroton.

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