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Salute by Wacoal at Parkson, Gurney Plaza

I was overly excited to be invited by Wacoal to a sophisticated fashion show launch party at Parkson Gurney, Penang on the 23rd of Nov, 2012. I have always wanted to go, as a parkson elite card member, but the slots were usually full by the time I've decided to call in to register.

I'm lucky this time, to be invited.. :D

Since young, I have known Wacoal as known brand for quality and best undergarments. Some would even buy and stock up when they are in Thailand (I dont know why, that's what most people tell me that it's cheaper there).

With this fashion launch party, the registered participants would have the chance to enjoy a special cash rebates from the cash vouchers provided.

In this luxurious and glamourous launch party, Wacoal introduced the European flair lingerie line named, Salute, to Malaysian women, which is in line with Wacoal's core belief, "to contribute to women". The inner wear is mostly laced, giving that British-look, and classy, yet designed specially for Asian women (like me).

Before the show begins!

 At the same time, some snacks to fill up the tummy before the show begins
 Browsing some collections
Btw, it's my first time shooting bras.*lol*

 Salute :)

 Crowd along the catwalk

 The final catwalk

 I was overwhelmed with the crowd at Parkson Gurney. Almost couldn't catch a glimpse of the fashion show (I blame my height)

 The models were just stunningly pretty, putting on the salute line

 I went fitting for one of the Salute brands. And then, I thought, it would be great to own one of these...

One of the five lucky draw winners, smiling :)
 Thanks to Wacoal for inviting me for this special event. Not only I had the chance to be the first to preview their latest salute line of lingerie, but received a goodie bag. Loved the gifts :)

Salute collection is available at Parkson Gurney, Parkson Pavilion and Parkson KLCC.
Go grab some :)


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