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FALLING INTO FUCHSIA

A modern venue for cocktails and canapés that put
sensitive palates on the red carpet

YOUR HOST

Daniel is one of the most sought-after fashion and lifestyle event producers in Asia today. With a career spanning more than 25 years, he is renown in the industry for his strict, no-nonsense reputation. It’s these traits that he attributes the success of his extensive fashion career, and he brings his sense professionalism to his many roles, including as a judge on Asia’s Next Top Model.

THE EXPERIENCE

Before gluten-free, Paleo, and the Blood Type diet became a thing with the fashionable set, Daniel was already scrutinising the ingredients in every dish that was placed before him. His heighten sensitivity to a whole range of food – from dairy to egg, soy, wheat, crustaceans, and even lettuce and watermelon – has forced Daniel to console his love for entertaining with the limits of his extreme allergies.

Guests can expect to indulge in an array of delicious delicacies specially prepared by a chef in consideration of his allergy requirements.

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LOCATION

Daniel has transformed his family’s colonial bungalow into a juxtaposition of two radically different types of personalities; on the one hand, showcasing his eccentric blend of traditional and modern minimalism, while remaining a home to his parents. A tapestry of things contemporary, retro and antique, each item in Daniel’s house has a fascinating story behind it, be it the Pop Art paintings gifted by friends, or trophies won in swimming competitions.

FAST FACTS

Interests: Culture, Wellness
Location: Teluk Kurau, Singapore
Time: Weekday and weekend evenings

This is not just an event for people who want to learn more about living and entertaining with food allergies, but a chance to get up close and personal with a pioneer of Singapore’s fashion scene.

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This contemporary venue is perfect for exhuberant
cocktail parties and events and can accommodate large groups of up to 250 people.