June 17 wasn’t just your average Saturday – instead, it was an international day of celebration, otherwise known as Moët Party Day, as hosted by Moët & Chandon. The event hosted over 600 parties around the globe, epitomising luxury and making every attendee feel like a VIP. A high-end, all-day party at Coogee Pavillion brought Australia into the festivities.

The party included three parts to make it a full-day affair – first, The Ultimate Champagne Brunch, then a VIP Afternoon Acoustic Session and lastly, the Moët Gold Party. VIP attendees included Moët & Chandon Ambassador Jesinta Franklin, as well as Erin Holland, Amy Pejkovic, Rosie Tupper and Michael Brown. Exclusive DJ sets by Hermitude and Set Mo ignited the nighttime event, while Moët Imperial was served throughout the evening.

“Moët & Chandon creates memorable moments around the world that are about living life to the fullest,” said Arnaud de Saignes, Moët & Chandon International Director of Marketing and Communications. “Moët Party Day makes it official, and provides a stylish way to live in the now and share in our sense of savoir-fête.”

Savoir-fête can be translated as meaning ‘sense of celebration’, an element Moët & Chandon certainly represents, with the brand having sponsored a global hot-air-balloon voyage, illuminated the Statue of Liberty and hosted many other events and parties with famous faces at the helm – when it comes to celebration, Moët & Chandon is usually front and centre, and you can add their Sydney soiree to that illustrious list.