Fusing food with fashion (two of my equally favourite things), Eat Street has just celebrated 10 years raising money for the Australian Childhood Foundation (which provides counselling to kids affected by neglect, violence or abuse). Their event at the Sofitel on Collins last week saw lots of delish food and fashion designers creating one-off designs that were auctioned off on the night. Guests included local designers such as Richard Nylon, and Megan Park among the typical glitterati.
The theme was ‘Winter Wonderland’ and specially designed pieces were on offer from the likes of Life with Bird, Peter Jago, Sass & Bide (tutu!), Willow (a child’s feathered smock), Alice McCall, Cohen et Sabine, Gwendolynne, Jodhi Meares, Jessie Hill, Sarah Schofield, Megan Park, Nikki Stevens and Richard Nylon (potentially my fave with a coral inspired head piece). Even some of Eric Bana’s recent fashion memorabilia, from films Star Trek and Love the Beast, were on offer.
Words – Sarah Willcocks
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