On Tuesday I had 2 launches on the same night- read here for that post.
Last night I also had 2 launches to attend- they were both fab!
The first one was at Mellins iStyle in Fourways. This is the most glam optometrist I’ve ever seen. They have a huge range of sunglasses (normal frames too) and they stock every brand I’ve heard of, like Michael Kors, Mont Blanc, Chanel- to name just a few.
In addition, they are one of the few optometrists in Africa to have this very fancy looking machine called an iProfiler which allows them to measure your eyes with up to 40% more accuracy than a normal eye test.
The launch was really cool and all the celeb ambassadors for the various sunglass brands were there.
|Heinz Winckler, my childhood crush..|
|Hlubi Mboya looking gorg|
|Loving those Rayban aviators!|
Next, I headed to Krut Gallery on Jan Smuts Avenue for a very swanky Marie Claire and Givenchy do. Givenchy has launched a new fragrance called Dahlia Noir, and the theme for the evening was “noir chic”. It was all very sophisticated and intimate, with everything according to theme- even the food was black! That sounds gross but trust me, the sesame crusted tuna was divine. We sipped on champagne and mingled while listening to live music. I got to meet some fellow bloggers for the first time and also chatted to the MC editor, Aspasia.
|Zaahirah from Complete Disbelief and Chantal from Not Another Poppie|
|MC editor Aspasia doing her thing..|
|We got given these cool wristbands with the fragrance sprayed on it for us to test. So much better than those strips of cardboard!
|The yummy sesame crusted tuna I told you about|
|How good does this cheescake look?|
|Maria Carla- the Givenchy shmodel. Can you believe she has 2 kids… wow|
|Goodie bags! We were all treated to a bottle of Dahlia Noir and some other Givenchy goodies..|
I had a fab evening 🙂 Hope you all have a great weekend- I have a busy one planned: a friend’s bachelorette, dinner at Kream in Brooklyn (so many of you told me how much you love it so I figured I had to try it) and a photography practical at Walter Sisulu Gardens.