Was this the party to end all parties, or at very least – the party of the year?
August 19th, 2016
Team #MID16 brought back the industry’s most iconic bash – the Melbourne Indesign After Party.
Designed by SJB, Harry the Hirer’s recently unveiled showroom hosted this very important party where we rubbed shoulders with A&D’s most iconic players. A secret whisky room, jazz band, some pretty intense blue lighting, a disco dance floor, and champagne for days. Thank you to everyone who joined us, partied hard and made some memories.
Until next year!
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