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Pleasure, Little Treasure Twilight Garden Party & Pop-Up Shop

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by Vanessa (subscribe)
WeekendNotes Chief Editor / Chief Writer / PR & Communications.
We’re popping open the bubbles and sharing some canapes

Anne Freeman, designer and founder of Melbourne accessories label Pleasure, Little Treasure, has had a stellar year, and to celebrate all of her accomplishments she is hosting the 'Pleasure, Little Treasure Twilight Garden Party & Pop-Up Shop' at Gasworks Park on Wednesday 5 December from 5.30 to 9.30pm - and all are invited.

In 2012, Ms Freeman has had 2 of her Fashions on the Field winning outfits in the Racing Style: 50 Years of Fashions on the Field exhibition at the National Sports Museum, just completed a stint as a Fashions on the Field guest judge during the Spring Racing Carnival and has showcased her designs at more than 60 designer markets.

It's no wonder then that Ms Freeman has decided to take a moment to say thanks. She explains: "I've been really lucky this year so I want to take the time to thank all the lovely people who supported me, whether it's a friend who has lent a hand, a customer who has made a purchase or a retailer who gave me a chance. That's why we're popping open the bubbles and sharing some pretty canapés on the 5th of December".

There will also be a Pop-Up store on site, featuring a lovely selection of necklaces, rings, earrings and headbands priced from $5 to $40 all lovingly made by Ms Freeman.

If you would like to attend - make sure you RSVP through Facebook and for more information on Pleasure, Little Treasure, please visit the official website and Facebook profile.
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When: Wednesday 5 December 5.30 – 9.30pm
Where: Gasworks Park: Corner Graham St and Pickles St, Albert Park (Garden Studio – enter via Graham Street)
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