Melbourne’s glamour set flocked to one of the most glamorous parties of the year; the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019 Party.
Each country has a few events each year that are as anticipated by the social set as we anticipate Christmas. The dates are marked on the calendar, counted down and planning each detail months in advance goes into it. For the set ‘down under’, one of these is the annual Australian Grand Prix party.
An endless list of celebrities, VIPs, personalities, influencers, socialites, businessmen and the whos’ who clamoured, prayed and hoped for an invitation to the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019 Party entitled Glamour On The Grid.
Arriving at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit, guests were transported into a glamorous world of racing, style and entertainment. Upon entering the party, guests enjoyed an eye-catching fashion display presented by Emporium Melbourne on Pit Lane.
Following the presentation, they were welcomed into the Marriott Bonvoy Lounge. Here they could indulge in an exclusive menu by the Atlantic Group, specially curated ‘Passion on the Grid’ dessert by Burch & Purchese and a VIP sommelier wine tasting experience by St Hugo’s.
The Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019 party was hosted by popular TV personality Richard Reid and celebrated Australian model and presenter Kate Peck. While guests could socialize and network, they could also enjoy world-class entertainment.
Performances by home-grown singer/songwriter Vanessa Amorosi and Justin Bieber’s official DJ, DJ Tay James added to the electric energy of the evening.
Notable guests included the Australian Grand Prix Corporation CEO Andrew Westacott, Craig Lowndes, James Courtney, Molly Rogers, ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ star Justin Lacko, Neighbours actresses April Rose Pengilly and Sharon Johal, stylist Elliot Garnaut, designers Khya Simpson, Effie Kats, Con Iliopoulos alongside Rebecca Harding, Adam D’Sylva, Olivia Rogers, Rob Mills, Scotty James, Kirsten Stanley, Rozalia & Nick Russian, former AUS GP ambassador Brooke Meredith, Jessie Murphy, Sarah Czarnuch, Anthony Callea & Tim Cambell, Anna Weatherlake and Emma Blake Hahnel.