On Thursday 21st March, Parlour X opened doors to celebrate Wardrobe.NYC’s first Sydney physical pop-up.
Co-hosted by Vogue Australia’s Christine Centenera and Josh Goot, the co-designer duo worked with clients on styling and experimenting with how the looks work, alongside Parlour X new season collections. The evening, which took place inside The Church, saw the original concept of luxury essentials, released in sets of four, eight or ten available in a physical environment for the first time.Left to right: Eva Galambos, Ruth Kotlyar, Rebel Sorensen, Sandra Sader, Regina Melamed, Emma Elizabeth and Tracy Baker.
Parlour X clients along with industry guests including camilla and marc's Camilla Freeman-Topper and Marc Freeman, Sydney Theatre Co. artistic director Alice Babidge, influencer Bella Thomas, designers Henry Wilson and also Emma Elizabeth enjoyed viewing the three releases across women's and men's collections.Left to right: Eva Galambos, Marc & Nicole Freeman, Tim and Natalia Kindler.
The event was supported by Patron, Moet & Chandon and Santa Vittoria.
“While I am surrounded by established luxury brands, I always have an eye on new designers, and WARDROBE.NYC is a young creative force with a unique concept emerging in the local and international arena.” - Eva Galambos.Left to right: Ashley Bierman, Ilana Eckowitz, Dana Finger, Camilla Freeman.
Worn by the likes of Kim Kardashian West, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie and Victoria and David Beckham, the brand is one worth investing in for its simple premise of superb cut, quality and style.Left to right: Molly King, Julia Subota, Kirsty Siddle and Claire Aristides. To stay connected with Parlour X projects and events, keep an eye on our Instagram or keeping visiting X-Files.