Vogue magazine teamed up with Moët & Chandon to launch a three-day Fashion Film Festival at Dendy Opera Quays last night. The champagne was flowing freely in gold goblets and canapés made the rounds as Australian celebrities braved the chilly Sydney night for a gala screening of Bill Cunningham New York, which documents the iconic street style photographer. Engaged Home and Away stars Luke Mitchell and Rebecca Breeds talked to us about their wedding preparation, with Rebecca saying she didn’t realise how much went into planning a wedding until now! Conversation also turned to Luke’s fans campaigning for him to play Finnick Odair in Catching Fire, with Rebecca being his biggest supporter.
We caught up with glamour girls Jodi Gordon and Laura Csortan, who talked about their plans to catch a Gold Class session of Magic Mike with model pal Nikki Phillips, who was also in attendance. And while discussing the handsome cast of Magic Mike, the topic changed to the book on everyone’s lips, Fifty Shades of Grey, which Laura and Jodi are both reading! Once we were inside the cinema, Vogue editor-in-chief Edwina McCann welcomed guests as glasses were topped up and everyone settled in for the movie.