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Stars Shine Bright for Moët & Chandon Event

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

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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.

Anna Heinrich

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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.

Marta Dusseldorp

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Always a vision! Marta Dusseldorp stunned in a shapely strapless gown, tapping into the sparkles like everyone else with metallic accessories.

Natarsha Belling

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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 MaryYou might remember WAG Terry Biviano in the same piece late last month.