Dining series Art of the Palate goes off the wall for a fashion-inspired evening
Since its inception earlier this year, Treasury Brisbane’s stunning Art of the Palate series has been captivating both our eyes and our tastebuds with its unique blend of fine dining and visual art. For its October edition, the series is taking things in a different direction – taking art off the walls and onto the catwalk. That’s right – perfectly timed for Brisbane Fashion Month, Art of the Palate is giving its offering a sartorial spin on Tuesday October 30.
If you’re not familiar with Art of the Palate, allow us to fill you in – the genius dining series is a perfect fusion of the finer things in life, celebrating Brisbane’s art and food scenes in perfect unison. Up until now, the series has focused strictly on the visual arts medium – but all of that is about to change with October’s featured artist. Diners will get the chance to view wearable art from Kristian Williams, the visionary artist-turned-designer behind the Bonita Kaftan collection.
Kristian’s bold, colourful and eye-popping designs will form the centrepiece of the evening, with Treasury Brisbane’s Fashion Ambassador Christie Sutherland taking on hosting duties (adorned in a Bonita piece, naturally). Patrons will be treated to a sumptuous four-course feast, matched perfectly with top drops from New Zealand winery Cloudy Bay. Margaux Brengel – Cloudy Bay’s brand ambassador – will be on hand to talk guests through the expertly curated wines available on the evening. As an extra-special treat, Kristian will be providing a sneak peek of his brand-new collection on the night – prepare for a stunning array of visuals.
Want to dine fine, fancy and fashionably for an evening? You can secure your place at the Art of the Palate through Treasury Brisbane.