Monday, August 16, 2010
Hilton Brisbane Frocks Up with Valentino
'Valentino, Retrospective: Past/Present/Future' is a major exhibition exploring the work of the celebrated Italian fashion house Valentino, known the world over for its sophisticated, timeless design and glamorous clientele.
Exclusive to Brisbane, the exhibition is showing until November 12, and features a stunning array of haute couture designs tracing Valentino's career from the 1959 opening of his fashion house in Rome to the presentation of his final collection in January 2008.
Also included are recent designs from the house of Valentino - highlighting the future direction of this most esteemed fashion house.
Designs from house of Valentino have been coveted and worn by European royalty, Hollywood celebrities and members of high society the world over. This magnificent exhibition includes garments worn by stars such as Cate Blanchett, Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor and more.
Exhibition designed and realised by Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris, with the assistance of the Valentino fashion house. Organised in Australia by the Queensland Art Gallery and Art Exhibitions Australia.
Hilton Brisbane has partnered with the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art to bring you this fashionable package - Valentino Minibreak including deluxe accommodation for two, breakfast the following morning in The Atrium and two tickets to the exhibition, all this from $270 per room per night, twin share*
Heighten your experience and upgrade to our revitalised Executive Plus Rooms for an additional $140 including access to the lounge, breakfast the following morning, refreshments throughout the day and pre-dinner drinks and canapés.
To make your reservation phone 1300 445 866 and quote PR44VM or visit www.hilton.com/brisbaneoffers
*Subject to availability, valid 7 August - 14 November 2010
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