In true Moët & Chandon fashion, the illustrious champagne house hosted the ultimate brunch.
Held at HeadQuarters in Auckland’s Viaduct, guests, including Fashion Quarterly editor Sally-Ann Mullin, headed along to the elegant rosé-themed experience of champagne, delicious food, florals and glamour, and even stepped out onto an exclusive French pink carpet for an iconic photo moment or two.
New Zealand fashion designer Maggie Hewitt also made an appearance in partnership with Moët & Chandon, raising a toast to her growing international brand. Guests were treated to an array of grand #MoëtMoments throughout the day, including a performance by talented acoustic artist Sam Allen and a keepsake limited edition Maggie Marilyn scarf to take home.
The Moët & Chandon Grand Day Rosé brunch is part of a worldwide grand act with over 80 countries and more than 1 million people sharing their joyful vibes, and New Zealand kicking off proceedings in true style.
Scroll for the gallery below to get an inside glimpse at this glamorous brunch: