September 27, 2022

The stunning price of an influencer event hosted by Stax activewear is revealed after the label pays for flights, accommodations and gift bags

Stax co-founders Don Robertson and his wife Matilda hosted a star-studded model launch for their label in Sydney last week.

The flights and guest accommodation were all paid for, hosts Amy, Kate and Sophie Taeuber revealed on their pronounced podcasting.

The event is said to have cost more than $100,000, with all the influencers staying at the luxury hotel Little National in Sydney’s CBD.

The jaw-dropping price of the influencer event hosted by Stax activewear is revealed after the label pays for flights, accommodations and gift bags. Pictured co-founders Don Robertson and his wife Matilda

Stax also gifted each guest with items from their new collection, a black rose and a digital camera.

The fashion launch was held at Luna Park amusement park, with singers performing at the event.

Alex Pike, former Bachelor star Bella Varelis and Sally Obermeder attended the smashing launch.

The flights and accommodation for the guests were all paid for. The event is said to have cost more than $100,000, with all the influencers staying at the luxury hotel Little National in Sydney’s CBD.

Married At First Sight stars Domenica Calarco, Jack Miller and Ella Ding were also seen at the fashion event.

Kyle Sandilands’ ex-girlfriend Imogen Anthony made a style statement in a form-fitting dress.

About the past year STAX. has grown exponentially as the company had just 10 employees around this time last year and now has 60.

The brand turned a whopping $1 million dollars in revenue in just three days after it released the Premium Seamless Volume 5.1 (PSV5.1) collection in March.

On March 1, the brand opened its first store on King Street in Sydney’s CBD, attracting both local and interstate customers on day one – some queuing from the early hours of 4am to be first in store .

Currently, Don and Matilda are exploring locations for a Melbourne store with future plans to open pop-up locations in Perth and Los Angeles in the US.

The brand turned a whopping $1 million dollars in revenue in just three days after it released the Premium Seamless Volume 5.1 (PSV5.1) collection in March.