As part of the adidas Originals Represent series of events, Incu hosted an intimate family dinner at the Paramount Building in Surry Hills. We invited customers, staff and friends of Incu to break bread with us in a celebration of community, food, art, music and conversation.
When the team at adidas Originals first approached us to partner with them on this event, they asked us what was unique about Incu. What seperated our world from the rest, and what community meant to us. From our inital discussions, it was clear that whatever we decided to do it had to revolve around food.
For us, food is very much a common ground, it's something that's very close to our hearts and never far from our minds. In fact some of the most important decisions at Incu are made and solidified over meals. We whole heartidly believe that in breaking bread you can also break boundries and build relationships.
While Incu exists within the world of fashion, it's always been important that we recognize our community, like us, have interests that extend far beyond current season trends. We know our customers love art, design, music and culture. So it was important to us that we brought some of these elements into the mix for the evening.
As a preview to the In Synthesis exhibition (opening tonight) we asked incredible curator Joseph Allen Shea to speak about the importance of communities in art, and take our guests on a preview of the show which features Incu artist Kevina-Jo Smith as well as Kate Mitchell, The Kingpins, Chicks on Speed and more. We also invited Incu resident DJ James Dela Cruz to provide the soundtrack to the evening.
Guests were treated to a custom menu designed by our friends at Longrain, beverages by Deja vu Wines & Sakes and Perrier Water. An earthy centre piece was created for the evening by Seasonal Concepts while candles by Curio Noir provided ambient light and a fragrence of Tobacco Night for the evening.
Thank you to everyone who attended and to the team at Little Hero for producing the event.