Seduce Spring/Summer 2013

Last night I had the pleasure of attending the Seduce Spring/Summer 2013 Collection Launch at the Japanese restaurant Crane Bar, in Potts Point. It was more of an intimate party, with all the stunning pieces on racks around the room, on mannequins or live models, so we could really get a feel for what the collection was like.

Every single piece was beautiful. There was so much colour and the designs were very fashion forward and on trend. With bright kaleidoscope patterns, contrasting shapes, neons, angular lines the collection was eye-catching and daring. Considering we have just hit Winter, and practically everyone dresses dark, dark, dark, it was wonderful to see so much colour (something I can finally look forward to when Summer hits – 178 days and counting!). I can honestly say, I would wear the entire collection.

With little garden chairs to sit on, and the indoor-outdoor courtyard dressed in gorgeous flowers, it really did feel like Spring again! We were fed delicious Asian canapes, including sang choy bow, teriyaki chicken skewers and sushi and sipped chilled champagne and the delicious H2 Coco, the latest coconut water.

Guests included fashion and lifestyle bloggers, fashion buyers, representatives and stylists. It was so awesome for everyone to be able to have a sneaky preview the collection before it launches soon!

Additionally, our goodie bags were amazing too! With product from Skinny You TeaModel CoOriginal MineralH2 Coco and of course, Seduce!

Many thanks to the amazing Seduce team for inviting me along, the event was beautiful, the food was beautiful and well, the collection was most certainly beautiful! I can’t wait to get my hands on all the pieces!

For my readers, keep your eyes peeled, the SS 13 collection will begin to drop in July, so make sure you check out Seduce’s website or head in store. Add some colour to your wardrobe!

Live a little,

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