Held in the urban laneways of Melbourne amongst a mirage of mirrored surfaces and cascading florals, Grew & Co unveiled their latest engagement collection of decadent jewels and artfully designed settings.
Inside Melbourne’s newest event space Upstairs Chin Chin, guests indulged in an evening of cocktails, canapes and French champagne.
On display, a myriad of focal features encased a kaleidoscope of unique stones- rare sapphires in rust, peach and teal, salt and pepper diamonds, grey spinel and Australian opals.
Known for their exquisite jewels in geometric shapes, the Grew & Co collection moved through hexagon, oval, tapered baguette and kite shaped stones, finished with wedding bands designed to nestle each artful piece.
The room styling of crystalline features and contemporary glass displays were framed with an indulgent display of ethereal blooms.
Melbourne florist Superbloom installed a series of artful designs in dream-like proportions that presented with an elegant force across the loft-like features of the room. A palette consisting of ivory, plum and lilac blooms featured alongside a luxe layering of reflective surfaces producing an expected yet magical mirage inside the urban space.
To view the full collection or to book your consultation to design a bespoke piece visit the Grew & Co website.
Special thanks to the brands who provided their products and services for the launch event, including:
Venue / Upstairs Chin Chin
Photography / Lost In Love
Videography / Moon & Back
Floristry / Superbloom By The Style Co
Crystal Hire / Sourceress
Glass Hurricanes & Candles / The Small Things Co
Perspex Displays / Rebecca Ellie Studio
MirroredPlinths / The Design Depot
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