On Saturday the last of three So Frenchy, So Chic 2019 events was held at Jubilee Park in Glebe, Sydney. The pop up festival celebrates all things French from music, to food and drink, and cars.
So Frenchy So Chic is a festival where one can enjoy a garden party atmosphere whilst celebrating French music, food and culture with friends and family.
For the seventh year running Renault Australia has partnered with the So Frenchy So Chic series of events.
“So Frenchy So Chic allows us celebrate French culture, food and entertainment, reflecting Renault Australia’s passion for life and joie de vivre” says Andrew Moore, Managing Director of Renault Australia.
“After seven years working together Renault enjoys the event as a perfect mix of excellent music and delicious food – this year will be no exception.”
Renault prides itself on delivering vehicles with a French design where the owner/ driver can enjoy their passions in life – whether it be music with the BOSE sound systems, outdoor adventures in the Renault 4WD SUVs or simply driving in the GT and R.S. range of vehicles.
In 2019, So Frenchy So Chic presented by Renault brought its joie de vivre to Pinky Flat in Adelaide, Werribee Mansion in Melbourne and last Saturday in Sydney at Jubilee Park in Glebe overlooking the Anzac and Sydney Harbour bridges.
Renault had two Koleos SUVs on display, but one featured an unusual wrap – blackboard paint. Children, big and small, were invited to write there favourite road trip destinations across the Koleos and they did so with ardent vigour!
In 2019 the music line-up at So Frenchy, So Chic was all female including renowned French artists Camille Dalmais, Yelle Club Party, Clara Luciani, Cléa Vincent, and Nadeah.
There was a vast array of French food offerings from crêpes to deep fried Camembert and hampers put together by Simmone Logue. To keep everyone hydrated there was Perrier water, Laurent-Perrier Champagne, Kronenbourg beer, and Cointreau cocktails. From what we could tell everyone present was having a really enjoyable time!
Driven Women Magazine was a guest of Renault Australia.
Photographs by Driven Women Magazine.