we celebrated our spring collection 'pretty please' and all of the fabulous women who wear our frocks, with a little soiree in our paddington store.
we thought we'd introduce you to some of our most fabulous maiocchi ladies, who took to the catwalk as our super models for the day.
we really are very lucky to be dressing some of the most clever, fabulous and fun ladies in all of the land, including the two fabulous women of champagne cartel. we are big fans of this online community for fabulous champange loving women at maiocchi, you can join in the fun on the champagne cartel FB group here.
meet gillian and carolyn...
gillian is a blogger, managing director of champagne cartel, marketing whiz, and mum of two boys. when she's not busy with all of those things you'll find her drinking champagne, running, hanging out with galpals, or going to the beach with her boyfriend.
carolyn is a freelance journalist, managing director of online women's community champagne cartel, and mum to three kids. when she's not busy with all of those things she is running, reading, bush walking, napping, or sitting still and drinking coffee.
when did you buy your first maiocchi dress?
gillian: about 5 or 6 years ago, gorgeous long sleeve style with a signature print.
carolyn: i actually picked up my first maiocchi dress in a west end op shop, and from then on I was hooked!
describe yourself in 3 words…
gillian: nurturing, passionate, delirious
carolyn: curious, enthusiastic, hungry
which is your fave dress from the ‘pretty please’ collection?
gillian: the one i wore on the day, the frill of it dress in red.
carolyn: i am all up in the grill of those new jumpsuits!
what’s the best place or occasion you have worn a maiocchi dress?
gillian: definitely a ladies lunch with champagne!
carolyn: i find that any occasion with champagne matches perfectly with a maiocchi frock.
what would you like to see maiocchi feature on their upcoming prints?
gillian: a koi? or maybe that famous japanese wave? ooooh what about a ginko plant, they're cute, any kind of flower is gorgeous. what about a champagne flute!
carolyn: i love the traditional japanese prints - maybe a sea of cherry blossoms.