Wednesday, 21 September 2011

MSFW - Obus Party

Suzi, Leeyong and I
To celebrate MSFW the Obus Store on Flinders Lane held a Mexican themed party. The shop was decked out with brightly coloured decorations and an amazing art mural. 

Guests nibbles on salsa and corn chips as they browsed the new season stock. With lots of bold prints and colour, the spring/summer collection had me wishing warmer weather was here!

If the beautiful bright coloured pieces aren't reason enough to shop at Obus, it's great to know that Obus are an entirely Melbourne based brand, with all their garments manufactured in Melbourne. This means that any money you spend at Obus stays in Melbourne supporting the local craftspeople and local economy!

I was lucky enough to attend with the busy Leeyong from Style Wilderness who covered MSFW for City Weekly. She looked fantastic in her Frida Kahlo inspired outfit.

Thanks to Obus for hosting such a wonderful party! 

Check out the pictures from the event:
With Tim, the Designer and Director of Melbourne
 based shirt company Poplin & Panache (gentleman, if you're
looking for the perfect shirt for work or the races then make sure
you checkout Poplin & Panache's online store!) and the
amazing Kyra from Pybus PR (Kyra's dedication to her clients has
seen her organise wonderful events
such as the recent L'Heure du Thé (a French High Tea)
Tim and Leeyong in front of the
amazing mural!

Amazing Elgar & Lyle designer Braham
wearing one of this own necklaces, with Leeyong and I
Stay tuned for Elgar & Lyle's Spring Summer collection to be launched soon!
Talented Obus designer Kylie Zerbst with Leeyong
looking amazing in their colourful outfits! 

Lady Melbourne and Kyra enjoying the party!
What I Wore
Dress: Kings of Carnaby Lovello dress (available in store now!)
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Images by Suzanna Zhang


  1. Fun photos! There's such a great fashion scene in Melbourne, and I love following it vicariously! This whole Mexican trend that's so hot in Australia is right up my alley - being from North America it's not so much a trend as a huge part of the culture - and it makes me feel so much more at home to find those influences here in Australia too... now if we could just get some more Caribbean people, food, and music out in the town we'd really be in for a good time!
    - Catherine @ The Spring (in Brisbane)

  2. I love the colors. Thanks for sharing.

    Stay Beautiful,

  3. great pictures, but i think that doesn't look so mexican.


  4. Wow, that mural really does rock. Seems like the party was a huge success. I love the color of your dress. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Amazing oppurtunity! That dress is amaaazing on you! You look gorgeous!



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