ECC Lighting+Furniture hosted an evening of food, fashion, wine and design to showcase their new Sydney showroom
October 2nd, 2012
The night was an introduction to the new space as well as to thank their dedicated clients for their continued support.
The night was a hit, and as the Brokenwood wine flowed, guests perused in-store pop up shops by upcoming fashion designer, Stephanie Vandoros, Moss and Spy; and Metalab/Courtesy of the Artist.
A special thank you also to Chris Saban, and the amazing team at Sweet Art, for their creative input into the event.
The new space in Sydney showcases ECC’s extensive range of furniture and lighting beautifully, and guests were particularly impressed with ’Scraplights’ by graypants, a very new and much-welcomed, addition to ECC Lighting+Furniture.
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