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Fashion Gurus Give It Gusto


by IMAGE
26th Oct 2013
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Well-known faces from the world of fashion, food and design gathered for an exclusive luncheon in the Cliff Townhouse, Dublin, to celebrate the Launch of NESCAF? Dolce Gusto ‘Mini Me’. The new super-compact pod coffee machine that not only looks great but also packs a flavour punch, giving coffee-shop style drinks at home.

Adding a touch of flare to the luncheon, fashion gurus?Darren Kennedy,?Angela Scanlon?and?Joanne Hynes?each hosted and created a Mini Me inspired table dressing. Kennedy created a Gulliver in Lilliput inspired table, Scanlon was inspired by the funky colours of the Mini Me range and finally Hynes created a table of colourful coffee moments.

Guests spotted enjoying lunch and coffee included?Emily O’Donnell,?Edward Smith,?Aine Kilbride?and?Sean Munsanje.

The new?NESCAF???Dolce Gusto??Mini Me?is a funky looking, space saving and wallet-friendly choice. Available in a range of six style-savvy colours including; statement Cherry Red or Indigo, chic Matt Black or White and on-trend monochrome Piano Black – it’s bound to be a trend-setter in your kitchen and will certainly get your friends talking when they pop round for a coffee.

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