Where were the A-listers, Farah?

NOW if you know anything about celebs, you'll know that many have a publicist who keeps them in the spotlight. And one of the hottest publicists in town, Farah Fortune, recently celebrated her company's first anniversary at FTV in Sandton among glitz, C-list stars and some G-listers. The dress code was black with a touch of green, and, unlike the Van der Westhuizen sisters, some stars were dressed to the nines. The sisters were a bit too casual for Jozi and we gals did not like the green woolen polo- neck sleeve pulled to look like gloves by one of them. Sisters, you should learn a thing or two from Terry Pheto and get leather gloves as they look good and so warm. We loved Miriam Ngomane's sexy black number and wondered where her on-and- off better half Prosper was. Funny man David Kau and his missus followed the theme to a tee and looked lovely in their formal attire, though we were not sure about his hat. There were fabulous snacks galore and a cartoonists who delighted guests by exaggerating their expressions. It was a great party and we wished we had won the R10000 True Religion voucher - but we had places to go.

NOW if you know anything about celebs, you'll know that many have a publicist who keeps them in the spotlight. And one of the hottest publicists in town, Farah Fortune, recently celebrated her company's first anniversary at FTV in Sandton among glitz, C-list stars and some G-listers. The dress code was black with a touch of green, and, unlike the Van der Westhuizen sisters, some stars were dressed to the nines. The sisters were a bit too casual for Jozi and we gals did not like the green woolen polo- neck sleeve pulled to look like gloves by one of them. Sisters, you should learn a thing or two from Terry Pheto and get leather gloves as they look good and so warm. We loved Miriam Ngomane's sexy black number and wondered where her on-and- off better half Prosper was. Funny man David Kau and his missus followed the theme to a tee and looked lovely in their formal attire, though we were not sure about his hat. There were fabulous snacks galore and a cartoonists who delighted guests by exaggerating their expressions. It was a great party and we wished we had won the R10000 True Religion voucher - but we had places to go.

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