Designer Rugs celebrated the launch of Catherine Martin’s new Deco Collection on Wednesday 6 June.
June 13th, 2012
Darlinghurst’s Iona was the perfect backdrop for the unveiling of the Great Gatsby-inspired collection, Martin’s second collaboration with Designer Rugs.
Guests enjoyed French champagne and Belvedere martinis as they perused Martin’s intricate designs.
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