A stylish launch for Established & Sons at Melbourne’s Living Edge showroom.
March 11th, 2010
Over 400 people flocked to the Richmond showroom on Thursday 4 March, which had been transformed into a gallery for the night. Guests enjoyed delectable dishes by Shakkei and wine, cocktails and sparkling by Chandon, surrounded by the Established & Sons range.
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