Johnnie Walker Malaysia celebrated this year’s F1 season by throwing an exclusive black carpet event on April 9th, 2011, at Le Marquee, outside the Palace of The Golden Horses. Many would agree that it has got to be one of the hottest parties in Kuala Lumpur not only because both local & international celebrities come to grace the special event, all JW fans get nothing less than V-VIP treatment.

Le Marquee, Palace of the Golden Horses
With E! News Asia host, Dominique Lau

If you’re lucky, you may have caught a coverage of the event on E! News Asia. Dominique Lau was there to be the fashion police! Watch the official video of the party by Johnnie Walker here:

Helen Chong, DJ I-Tek, Adam Rose, myself & Norman Hartono
With Robyna Hon, Adam Rose and the Johnnie Walker ladies
Party is just about to get started!
The 4 DJs of the Night: DJ Faith (KL), DJ I-Tek (HK), DJ Sophia Lin (US) & DJ Bento (JP/US)

A couple of new tunes to add to your gym playlist brought to you by the DJs who rocked the dance floor that night:

DJ Bento‘s ‘Live @ Black Circuit Lounge KL, 2011
DJ I-Tek‘s ‘Club Bangers 2011

Also check out DJ Faith and DJ Sophia Lin on Facebook.

My favorite Johnnie Walker tagline.
My love.
Lewis Hamilton made a special appearance on the big screen that night - a very pleasant surprise!
With Charles and DJ I-Tek.

Black Circuit Lounge is something to look forward to every year because that’s when ALL my friends from all over the globe come to visit to attend the event. That’s how big it is! And I miss those guys. God knows how long I’ll be in Asia for…

To be invited to exclusive events by Johnnie Walker Malaysia, join their Facebook page and look out for their online contests.

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A very special thanks to Dress Sense again for the beautiful dress by Faviana.

Animal Print Dress from Faviana - $645.70 to buy, $204.60 to rent. This is the only piece they carry in the store and because it's been rented out before, the price is marked down from its original retail price.
Leather Clutch from Inge Christopher - $279 to buy, $77 to rent

Read: Dress Sense – You Can Now Afford Your Dream Dress!

Interested in renting a dress but afraid you might ruin it due to unforeseen circumstances?

When you rent from Dress Sense, you first have to pay the full purchase price, which works like a deposit. After the two weeks’ rental, if you decide that you love the dress too much to return it, you can simply give them a call and keep the dress without having to make another trip down. However, if you want to return the rented item, all you have to do is to bring the item back in good order and you will get a refund (price of the difference between the purchase and the rental price) via the credit card that you made payment with, so there would be no cash involved.

In damage cases, Dress Sense hold the refund while their tailors and laundromat review how serious the damage is.

There are generally 3 levels of damages:

1. If the dress can be brought back to good condition via alteration or laundering, they will retain the respective alteration or laundry fee from your deposit and refund the rest as per normal.
2. If the damages cannot be made right with the above but can still be put back on the selling floor at a discounted rate, they will retain 15% of the dress’s purchase price as a penalty fee to make up for the discount and refund the rest as per normal.
3. If the damages are too serious for the dress to be saved, the dress will be considered sold and no refund will be made.
In all three cases, no additional transaction will be required on the customer’s part. Dress Sense makes all the transactions it easy and convenient.

I have to say, after using their rental service more than twice, you can testify that their dresses are extremely well-made and it doesn’t take a lot of effort to return them well! Check out Dress Sense on Facebook.

One thought on “Black Circuit Lounge April 2011: Best Served When Deserved

  1. Fay,

    You look stunning!

    It appears the party was great.
    However partying aside.

    The relevance of such events is of little importance to mos people.

    Very few in Malaysia, or neighbouring nations are in the so called creme de lacreme of society.
    You get to visit and perhaps you are lucky enough to be in that layer of society.
    Do not forget those who admire you.

    Most of us are so fortunate.

    David

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