Sound loungers

Art, de­sign and polo kicked off the new year.

Belle - - On The Town -

LOVERS OF ART en­joyed an in­ti­mate din­ner at Car­riage­works to cel­e­brate the launch of Ger­man artist Katha­rina Grosse’s enor­mous, kalei­do­scopic ab­stract fabric in­stal­la­tion ti­tled ‘The Horse Trot­ted An­other Cou­ple of Me­tres, Then It Stopped’, spon­sored by Anna Schwartz and Bresicwhit­ney. The site-spe­cific in­stal­la­tion was com­mis­sioned as a key part of the Syd­ney Fes­ti­val. Ar­chi­tect Nick To­bias’s pri­vate res­i­dence was a fit­ting venue for a soiree to show­case Bang & Olufsen’s sleek de­signs and su­pe­rior sound. Party guests en­joyed the ex­clu­sive op­por­tu­nity to see Nick’s ar­chi­tec­tural flair up close ac­com­pa­nied by suit­ably stylish technology. Ca­sual style reigned supreme at the fab­u­lously so­cial Port­sea Polo where Stella Ar­tois spon­sored an el­e­gantly busy mar­quee.

PORT­SEA POLO

KATHA­RINA GROSSE ART DIN­NER

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BANG & OLUFSEN

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