Southgate celebrated the opening of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week last night out the front of the new Bluetrain on Southgate’s upper level.
Gastrology bloggers were invited by Fuller PR to the film premiere of Reflections and an exclusive mini degustation style tasting with matched drinks prepared by Blue Train's renowned head chef Jay Sinclair.
Southgate’s upper level was the perfect scene to experience the film premiere. Model and actor Rhys Ulrich was the MC for the night. We were joined by producer Dean Drieberg who discussed the style and stories behind the film.
We heard Southgate’s resident stylist and production designer of Reflections Bec Cole, as she discussed her creative inspiration behind the film.
Celebrity milliner and cameo Reflections star, Richard Nylon also unveiled his latest spring racing creation made exclusively for Southgate.
The Blue Train restaurant located at Southgate Melbourne, has recently undergone a refurbishment to bring a fresh and vibrant new look and feel.
The rejuvenated restaurant, has a refreshed “Aussie fusion” menu that is influenced by a variety of cultures and is all about sharing.
There are more small plates for people to choose from as well as the classic burgers, making it a little more fun and playful.
If you like your cocktails, Blue Train does them well. Otherwise, if beer is your vice, you will be spoilt with choice as there are 16 craft beers on tap.
Find out more about what's happening during Melbourne's Spring Fashion Week here.