February 7th, 2011
Inlite Design Studio is partying Vegas-style for one night only, Thursday 10 February 2011.
It all kicks off at 6:30pm at 44 Chippen Street Chippendale.
Dress code is, of course, Vegas, with leopard print, sequins, showgirl outfits and Elvis suits highly encouraged!
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