The David Jones spring-summer show happens just once a year, and Sydney socialites wouldn't dare miss it.
The primped and preened descended upon Fox Studios on Wednesday night for this year's garden-themed extravaganza, where it's easier to get a glass of champers than it is a water.
Anwar Hadid, the younger brother of two of the biggest models in the world right now, Gigi and Bella, was touted as the main draw of the night, but the 19-year-old disappointed some as he shuffled along the runway, often times looking down at his feet.
Some claimed he looked "disinterested" and like "he would rather be any where else in the world", but the charming and polite up-and-comer told Social Seen that he was "loving" his trip to Sydney with the department store and that he wasn't as serious about modelling as his older sisters, using the work to travel the world.
Czech model Karolina Kurkova also took to the runway, as did Adelaide's Adut Akech Bior, who is a muse for Chanel's creative director Karl Lagerfeld. No big deal.
A recently married Lindy Klim, plus Jodhi Meares, Jasmine Yarbrough, Jett Kenny (son of Lisa Curry and Grant Kenny), and Adam Goodes and his wife Natalie Croker were all in attendance.
On Tuesday night, more than 70 people attended the opening of new Mediterranean-style wine bar Mister Percy, which is a collaboration between chef Justin North and the Ovolo Hotels Group on Murray Street in Pyrmont.
North and head chef Luca Guiotto served guests a coastal European menu, while wine curator Shun Eto found matching drinks from the 100-strong list of wines to go along with it.
Myer ambassador and Danni Minogue's baby-daddy Kris Smith and his partner Sarah Boulazeris, who is five months pregnant, were in attendance, as were one-quarter of the Burgess brothers, Tom, and his girlfriend, Miss Universe Australia 2017 finalist Tahlia Giumelli.
Sydney events sort of blur into one after a while.
A coffee/champagne/cocktail reception, followed by an Instagramable breakfast/lunch/dinner with a speech somewhere in between about the new promoted idea/product, preferably given while guests are still sober.
But on Tuesday, Sweaty Betty PR went a little left field.
For the launch of Sparkling White Smile's On The Go Textured Teeth Wipes (basically, a disposable tooth-cleaner), a lunch was held for about 30 guests at the present it-spot Chin Chin (try the butter chicken).
But unlike other soirees, guests didn't dash out the door post-dessert swinging their goodie bags.
A silver curtain was pulled back to unveil almost two-dozen seats for in-chair teeth-whitening sessions. It was one occasion where guests certainly went home with a smile on their faces.
As seen on Sundays in The Sun-Herald's S magazine.
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