As mentioned in this post, I had the privilege of attending the Premiere of Surviving Georgia last week. I worked as a vet in the morning, went home for a nap, pulled out my favourite Kathryn Beker dress, got ready in 5 minutes and had to beat the rush-hour traffic. Unfortunately the traffic jam triumphed, I missed out on seeing Rose Byrne….*sobs* BUT I was equally excited to see Pia Miranda, and all of my lovely friends!
The Co-Director and Producer, Kate Whitbread (in Lisa Baron), Actress Pia Miranda (in Lee Matthews), Co-Director and Writer, Sandra Sciberras (also in Lisa Barron), and Jane Hayes, in Alexander Mcqueen, (I adore her Phillip Lim neoprene clutch!) who styled these gorgeous ladies. Hands together to Jane for an incredible styling job! All of these ladies’ jewels are from the Parisian Street Society.
Lisa, looking ravishing in her red silk Carla Zampatti dress, sure lives up to her title as the Stylus Muse!
What a treat it was to have the Producers of the film, Kate Whitbread and Spencer McLaren (also a main actor in the movie) introduce the film, set in the lovely town of Warburton.
Q & A session with a stellar cast: Toby Wallace, Pia Miranda, Andrew Martin, Spencer McLaren and directors Kate Whitbread and Sandra Sciberras. Many other actors including Holly Valance, could not make it to the Premiere as they are currently working overseas. Surving Georgia moved me to the edge of the seat in anticipation, moved me to tears (and also tears of joy) and moved the crowd to laughter. Definitely to be watched, and prepared to be moved!
What do you think of this amazing Kathryn Beker dress? I tried to balance out the ultra-feminine frock with a manly tux jacket and some hardcore heels. I admit that they are not the easiest heels to walk in, but I’m always up for a challenge! My outfits are not complete without colour so I added some orange and pink accessories. So in love with this Ghost & Lola bracelet, it is a remade vintage piece, very eco-conscious and chic! Getting pieces from them is still fine for ‘Buy Nothing New October’ :)
Special thanks to Kyra and Louise for the kind invitation, what an honour it was to experience this beautiful film. Head to see Surviving Georgia, in all great cinemas from October 13th.