LMFF has been and gone. Fashionistas and bloggers are officially popping on their LV dialysis kits and hoping for the best after what was an extravagant week n’ a bit of feasting, entertaining and watching opulent fashion make its way down runways and laneways. Thankfully, natty PR doyenne of Melbourne Kyra Pybus, Pybus PR thought well in advance and created a haven (with hotdesks, Brunetti cakes, fragrance, masseurs, lollies and French Spirits) to get local elite bloggers through the festival. Today’s little blog highlights the joy it was to work within the space at the Nicholas Building. We give you… the Pybus PR Media Lounge!

Early morning on the Pybus PR lounge overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral. Before the cakes are introduced.

Ahhh. Brunetti cakes make hungry bloggers happy. Look at this beautiful chandelier from Surround Interiors.

Spirits of France showcased their beautiful floral-fragrant aperitif ‘Lillet’ at 5pm each evening – cocktail hour at on the Pybus PR Media Lounge Balcony! Rashid and Valerie (in header image for this blog) made beautiful, easy-going hospitality partners.

Miles Mason Trading Company fed our collective sweet tooth and showered our senses with beautiful frangranced candles.

It was a little jurassic, what with the resident lizard sculpture overlooking town hall and the beautiful bell-jar terrariums from Domain Flowers.

Peony Melbourne Haute Parfumerie had a delicate array of exclusive French fragrance for bloggers and media to experience whilst in the PR Lounge.

When things got all too hectic, Pybus PR also welcomed writers in to enjoy a luxurious massage from the nimble ladies at Miss Fox Salon on Little Collins.

The Pybus PR Media Lounge was a brilliant initiative, giving bloggers and traditional media a relaxed space to network and learn about each other’s businesses. It is also the erstwhile once-weekly home of Ruby Assembly Consultants, and we couldn’t be happier.