Australian models, presenters and actresses hit Sydney’s Roslyn Packer Theatre last night, April 8, for the launch of Moët & Chandon’s Grand Vintage Rosé 2006, stepping out in shimmering lurex, wet-look leather and textured jacquard. Check out the shiny looks below.
Jesinta Campbell enlisted the help of her sister stylist, Aleysha Campbell, to put together this divine look. The model and presenter wore a metallic Salvatore Ferragamo midi dress with knot-front detail, teamed with a Viktoria Novak head crown and minimal two-strap heels. As always, Jesinta’s engagement ring was the perfect addition to this dazzling get-up.
The Bachelor‘s Anna Heinrich sported some pink dip-dyed locks for the event, with a midriff-baring Bec & Bridge ensemble. She added a red lip, black clutch and ankle-strap heels to finish off the look.
Always a vision! Marta Dusseldorp stunned in a shapely strapless gown, tapping into the sparkles like everyone else with metallic accessories.
Natarsha Belling avoided her now-famous penis neckline by wearing a jumpsuit which quite literally covered up where her neck junk would otherwise be exposed. She did wear pearl drop-earrings, though, which was an interesting choice which takes us back to There’s Something About Mary. You might remember WAG Terry Biviano in the same piece late last month.