30 Iconic Years of Marie France

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30 Iconic Years of Marie France


A glamorous affair happened on September 22 with the theme "Iconic Figure" as Marie France celebrated its 30 years at the Nobu Garden Patio as the leading, enduring and trusted name for slimming and non-invasive weight-loss in the country.

Present guests are all Marie France endorsers and Facial Care Centre beauties welcomed by Marie France's President George Siy and his wife Mimi Siy, Jackie Siy-Share, Peter Prestige, Robin Horsman, and Angeline Siy-Fiechter. All the guests donned the night's colors, which were glam white, bold black, and luxe gold, making the affair look picture-perfect from any angle.

The night's hosts--Marie France ambassadors Sam Oh and Issa Litton--welcomed the guests by proposing sake shots to officially start the party. As the six-course dinner was being served, guests were serenaded by a string quartet. During dinner, a special video was shown on the LED screens placed around the venue, presenting a collection of inspiring slimming journeys of Marie France's endorsers and clients. It was the perfect tribute to Marie France's 30 years of weight-loss that works.

An exclusive sneak peak of a behind the scene video was also presented that night that highlighted the beautiful partnership between Marie France and the top three luxury magazines in the country--Town & Country, Metro Society & Lifestyle Asia--the very first time that one brand has been able to gather together these three magazines for one iconic anniversary covers, supported with billboards all over the metro.

Another highlight of the event was the presentation of ICanServe and Marie France's joint project which aims to show support and love for women who are battling breast cancer. …

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