On Wednesday 9 June over 200 of Sydney’s design community joined Stylecraft at the Palace Verona Cinemas in Paddington for a private viewing of Sex and the City 2. Guests enjoyed cosmopolitan cocktails and champagne on arrival and much to everyone’s surprise, a performance from four of Sydney’s best drag queen entertainers preceded the screening.
June 22nd, 2010
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