Monday night RUSSH Magazine celebrated ten wonderful years of being one of Australia’s most highly regarded fashion magazines, at the National Art School’s Cell Block Theatre in Darlinghurst.
With a retrospective exhibition displaying some of the magazine’s most memorable editorial moments, a live performance by local band The Preatures and a Grazing Table styled by the Divine Events team and catered by renowned chef Massimo Mele, Sydney’s fashion crowd were entertained in every way.
The styling of the Grazing Table took inspiration from French Feasting Tables and Medieval Banquets with hues of pewter, silver, grey and navy. Using vintage suitcases, wooden crates and silver candelabras this look was elegant and opulent with towering red grapes, whole wheels of cheese, a chef slicing Prosciutto to order, and metres of fabric draped across the table.
Photo Credit: DL Photography