The razzle and dazzle of ‘Touch my Party’

By Nedra Wickremesinghe

Koluu, Lou Ching Wong and a bevy of Colombo's society folk returned on stage for a rocking and raucous evening of entertainment. They acted, danced, and razzled and dazzled a packed audience at the Oak Room of the Cinnamon Grand with their glittering costumes and sparkling gowns last Saturday when the much-hyped 'Touch my Party' was held.

It was all for a good cause -to raise funds for needy children. As always, the ladies in the audience were fashionably attired - but this evening some of the leading male stylists and fashion icons from Colombo and India stole the show with their eclectic choices. Like in previous Koluu shows, the guests were treated to sumptuous buffet, followed by dancing all the way into the night.

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