Last night, Moët & Chandon and Vogue Australia launched the first annual Fashion Film Festival at Dendy Opera Quays, a three-night film festival that celebrates the finest in film, fashion and champagne and Ms Critique was there in style for us.
Hitting the red carpet were a plethora of local celebs; Jodi Gordon, Gigi Edgley, Gracie Otto, Alyssa McClelland and Rebecca Breeds, designers Marc Freeman (from camilla and marc) and Kirrily Johnstone and models Nikki Phillips, April Rose Pengilly and Jessica Gomes.
Everyone was stylishly ready to watch the film of Bill Cunningham New York, a fashion photographer, who captures people and the passing scene in the streets of Manhattan every day. The film is a documentary that reveals Bill’s eccentricities and the life of one of New York City’s most interesting and unique individuals. Vogue Australia’s new editor Edwina McCaan introduced the film as the fash-pack enjoyed golden goblets of Moët, divine Japanese canapés from Kenji and bags of popcorn!
The remainder of the Film Festival will be carried out over the 5th and 6th of July and will be open to the general public, you can purchase tickets through Vogue.com.au or through dendy.com.au (tickets $20).
- 5 July, 6pm arrival for 6:30pm screening of Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky
- 5 July, 8:30pm arrival for 9pm screening of I am Love
- 6 July, 6pm arrival for 6:30pm screening of Valentino the Last Emperor
- 6 July, 8:30pm arrival for 9pm screening of Pretty Woman
Thanks Moët & Chandon and Vogue Australia for having us!
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