Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin
Photography by Luke Foley-Martin

A cracking day at the Urban Polo with Denizen and Perrier-Jouët

Balmy temperatures and bluebird skies arrived just in time for the long-awaited Urban Polo at the Auckland Domain, after last week’s rapid decline into autumnal territory. The finest spot to watch the sporting and social action was the Denizen and Perrier-Jouët marquee, where guests cheered from the sidelines, admired Wonder Florals’ vibrant, Insta-worthy arrangements and sensibly sipped from flutes filled with crisp Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut. Making almost as big an impression as the strapping polo players were Perrier-Jouët’s brand new Grand Brut bottles, sporting a floral Anemone motif created by Art Nouveau master Emile Gallé.

Denizen Urban Polo 2020 from Denizen Magazine on Vimeo.

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