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FashBizChics @ Paris '99

Last Wednesday, I attended the FashBizChic's event at Paris '99. FashBizChic's creator is stylist and wardrobe consultant, Sally MacKinnon of Styled by Sally. FashBizChics is a "networking collective of dynamic Melbourne women working in the field of fashion."1 Yahav Ron, owner of Paris '99, hosted this event in his studio, located in Elwood.

Tempted by flowing champagne and scrumptious nibbles, I was surrounded by fashionistas chatting away about various fashion related topics. It was really wonderful to get the opportunity to talk about everything and anything related to fashion and style. 



Yahav led us on a guided tour of his studio to peruse his marvellous range of high-end designer pre-loved & new garments, some of which he has designed himself. With price tags of up to 80%-90% off the original price, dreams of owning a high-end designer garment can soon become a reality. I began to feel giddy with excitement, as I spotted many items I could see working for me in my existing wardrobe.









With high-end labels such as Dior, YSL, Lanvin, Balenciaga and Chloe, amongst many, many more, what's not to love? Yahav has an amazing eye for detail. I was very impressed!

So, if you're looking for a high-end designer item for your next special event, or to just simply add to your existing wardrobe, without the heavy price tags, contact Yahav to arrange an appointment. You will be assured you will receive 'impeccable service in a personal and private setting'2. I'm really looking forward to my next visit!

I hope you have all had a great start to the week! It's absolutely freezing here in Melbourne, so I'm having to rug up in my Winter woollies already!

Yours in style,

Suzi x

1. Sally MacKinnon-FashBizChics
2. Yahav Ron-Paris '99

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  1. This event looks like the best type of get-together: small, intimate, and filled with lots of great talk and, of course, champagne!

    Alexandra xo

    http://tovogueorbust.com/

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    1. It was lovely meeting like-minded individuals. The setting was perfect!
      Suzi x

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  2. Such fun pictures and interesting tales. I love this post love, Thank you so much for sharing. Your blog is such a joy to read. It would mean the world to me, if you'd check out my latest post!
    XoXo
    Morgan
    http://thesocialboutique.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks so much Morgan! I shall check out your new blog post. x
      Suzi x

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  3. Aaaaaaah, this is so fantastic Suzi. Here in Dunedin we've got a style collective going on too and its wonderful to be networking with peple in the industry. Looks like yall had a wonderful evening out ^_^

    Eeli xo

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    1. Thanks so much! Your style collective sounds fabulous too!
      Suzi x

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