On the evening of November 1, T Australia’s editor in chief, Katarina Kroslakova; digital content director Victoria Pearson; the singer-songwriter and creative multihyphenate Carla Wehbe; Breathe Architecture’s Jeremy McLeod; and serial entrepreneur and the co-founder of Music Health, Steve Hunt, gathered at Sydney’s Oxford House for our annual T Suite event and panel discussion, themed ‘innovation’.
In celebration of the release of T Australia’s ‘Yes’ issue, starring the model Ajak Deng, special guests, subscribers and friends of T sipped on Patron el Celio prestige silver tequila and experienced the unparalleled audio luxury of Sennheiser’s HE 1 headphones, valued at €70,000 (approximately AU $115,590) in a private listening suite. With only one set of the HE 1 model in Australia, attendees were offered a rare opportunity to hear their other-worldly sound quality, encased in a marble setting carved from the same quarry that Michelangelo’s block for David was sourced from.
Snacks by Oxford House included yellowfin tuna crudo with pickled watermelon and white soy seaweed crisp, beef tartare with granny smith and pickled mustard seeds, tiger prawn rolls with herb and jalapeño sauce, and margherita meringue tart. Gift bags featured Acqua di Parma fragrance, chocolates by Koko Black, Sennheiser SoundProtex Plus ear plugs and a Patrón cocktail kit.
The evening was captured below by STUDIO LA TESSA.