A contemporary, decadent Parisian themed high tea held at our official venue, Sofitel Melbourne held on 21st July went above our expectations. Guests dressed to the Chanel pearls, the food were better than ever, the high tea room located on level 35 boasted stunning skyline of the city - leaving the afternoon a successful high tea with high fashion & high society.
We're very pleased with working with Sofitel and will begin L'Heure du Thé event internationally at the Sofitel chain. Next stop will be hosted at to-be-launched Sofitel Singapore in 2013. Asia's cosmopolitan city perfected our first stop in the South East Asia region.
Thank you to VnC Cocktails for providing delicious cocktails to our guests, Madam Virtue & Co for the fun, fresh high fashion installation which includes Lanvin, Hermes and Paris household names, Sofitel Melbourne for the excellent services, all exhibitors and press involved.
Wonderful exhibitors included Chateau Cuisine, Madam Virtue & CO, VnC Cocktails, Discovervin Wines, B Free Intimate Apparel, Paris 99, Bon Radiance, Missie, Mi Amor Candles, Anton Venoir Interior Designs, The Girl In The Green Scarf and One Sweet Girl.
|Beautiful French high tea menu at our official venue, Sofitel Melbourne|
|Guests stayed on for hours at the very high tea location - Level 35 of Sofitel Melbourne|
|Amazing French antiques showcased by Anton Venoir Interior Designs|
|Chic black gown as part of high fashion installation by Monsieur Dean Hewitt from Madam Virtue & CO.|
|High fashion installation included Lanvin, Hermes and other Paris household names by Dean Hewitt from Madam Virtue & CO|
|Our Partner, VnC Cocktails provided complimentary cocktails liven up the atmosphere|
|Beautiful wines from Provence by Discovervin Wines|
|Divine Bastille-inspired macarons by Chateau Cuisine|
|Gorgeous sweet delights by One Sweet Girl with a Parisian theme|
|Atrium Bar located opposite our petit emporium where 12 exhibitors showcased their beautiful collections in high fashion, food, beauty and lifestyle|
Photo: LE STYLE