Dave Lackie’s #GuerlainLover VIP Follower Dinner

Every so often you get lucky.  A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to win a seat at Dave Lackie’s #GuerlainLover VIP follower dinner.

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It was held at the beautiful Arcadian Loft, in downtown Toronto.

Upon walking in, guests were greeted with signature beverages, and beautifully styled tables featuring the latest products form Guerlain.

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We then sat down for a three course dinner (I’m still dreaming about the dessert), all while getting to see Dave interview Guerlain’s VP of Marketing, Sandrine Briatte, as well as the Guerlain International Makeup Artist, Maxime Poulin.

Here are a few shots from the evening that was too gorgeous not to document.

After dinner we got to chat with Maxime Poulin, and ask him any questions we had about the brand.  That man sure knows his Guerlain – he is a walking history book!  And of course we had to grab a selfie with him, as well as the man who made it all possible, Dave Lackie.

To top off the evening, we were generously sent home with some pieces that were being highlighted that evening.  Stay tuned for future posts featuring some of these products!

It was a fab way to spend an evening!  If you don’t already, be sure to follow Dave on Twitter and Instagram (@DaveLackie), and check out his website for great articles, pro-tips, and fantastic giveaways (some are open worldwide).


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