The official launch party at Sydney’s Assembly Bar was a fusion of creativity, fun and fantastic cocktails
October 4th, 2012
To launch ORGNL.TV globally, Stoli selected five international talented stars within the art, music and fashion communities, to create unique content for ORGNL.TV. These talents will lead the program creating original pieces of artwork, fashion and music, each showcasing their point of view on what it means to be original.
The official launch party at Sydney’s Assembly Bar was a fusion of creativity, fun and fantastic cocktails.
The local influencers involved in this campaign to encourage young Australians artists to be part of ORGNL.TV are: Eugene Tan from Aquabumps; DJ Tigerlily and Sonya Mefaddi from Fashion Palette.
Australian music and fashion artist Morgan Joanel will also contribute to the ORGNL.TV campaign by attending a variety of Stoli hosted events, advocating originality.
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