You'd be forgiven for thinking Fashion Week was back and in full swing with the amount of fashionistas spotted clutching skinny lattes and sauntering towards the Archibald Fountain in Hyde Park on Wednesday morning.
Of course they were on their way to a photo shoot - but this time to include more than 300 of Sydney's most well-heeled creatives, including actors, models, PR, media and influencers, who wanted to show their support for a yes vote in the same-sex marriage postal survey by being part of a real-life rainbow flag.
Organised by two of Sydney's best-known and influential PR mavens - Adam Worling of AWPR and Marie-Claude Mallat of MCMPR - meant it would be hard to find a creative organisation not represented on the day with the likes of IMG models, Black Communications, and Vogue and InStyle - to name but a few - all showing their support.
Other well-know faces included A Place to Call Home star Marta Dusseldorp, Love Child's Miranda Tapsell and her co-star Sophia Forrest, daughter of mining magnate Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest, former Seven newsreader Chris Bath, Love it or List it's Neale Whitaker, and Sydney MP Alex Greenwich.
"Marie-Claude Mallat and I wanted to do something with the fashion and creative industries that was big, bold and colourful to get the message out there that we are supporting YES. We need to remind people not to be complacent and to get their survey in as every vote counts," Worling told Fairfax Media.
Greenwich added: "This postal survey is going to be a tough one to win, we know that in those ABS envelopes are the hopes and dreams of millions of Australians who simply want to marry the person that they love in the country that we all cherish."
Some remarked it was one of the best mixers that they had attended in some time. All that was missing were some bubbles and a cheeseboard and it could have been a right old knees-up.
Across town, all of the major television networks were all represented at the opening night of the highly anticipated Beautiful: The Carole King Musical at Sydney's Lyric Theatre.
Nine's Lisa Wilkinson and her husband, Fairfax columnist, Peter FitzSimons, Seven's Larry Emdur and wife Sylvie and Ten's Ita Buttrose were dressed to the nines for the red carpet.
But it was all eyes on Wilkinson's Today show colleague (no, not Karl Stefanovic for a change) Richard "Dickie" Wilkins who took along his new girlfriend, Virginia Burmeister, to the event.
A partygoer, who asked not to be named, told Fairfax Media: "They came together and they left together. She didn't leave his side all night but they were acting a bit coy about having their picture taken together."
The New Zealand-born father-of-five, 63, is known as a Lothario on the Sydney dating scene with a list of well-known exes longer than his arm.
He has a daughter with fashion designer Collette Dinnigan, was engaged to actor Rebecca Naso, once two-timed actor Rebecca Gibney and has also been linked with Eva Mendes, actor Brooke Shields, former game show hostess Ann-Maree Cooksley, actor Tottie Goldsmith (Olivia Newton-John's niece), former Miss Australia Caroline Lumley and The Block's Suzi Taylor.
They do say brows are the most important feature on your face, so it comes as no surprise that there's now a National Brow Day.
To celebrate Benefit hosted a soiree at Flamingo Lounge, Potts Point, with games, a kissing booth, and pink pong toss.
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