It was our pleasure, once again, to help our regular client Colliers International celebrate Chinese New Year with some of their clients by photographing the evening for them.

This year’s venue was the iconic luxury retail store, Harrolds on Collins Street.

Featuring plenty of Moet & Chandon champagne, excellent catering and the always popular dragon dance, it was an evening enjoyed by all guests with plenty of time to catch up with new and old friends once the formalities had concluded.

I enjoyed watching guests accept their Tom Ford goodie bags as they left – some big smiles going around after that!

If you’re looking for Melbourne’s best dragon dance team for your Chinese New Year celebration, I can highly recommend the team at Melbourne’s very own Hong De Lion Dance Association who are a pleasure to work with and excellent at what they do.  They practice year round and often compete internationally, bringing home plenty of accolades and awards.

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