Living Edge hosted a VIP cocktail evening on Thursday in the lead-up to Sat in design and gave attendees a sneak peak of the inaugral Living Edge Chandon miniature cork chair competition while enjoying wine and sparkling wine from Chandon and canapes from Hugh Wennerbon.
August 11th, 2009
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