NANA JUDY – the streetwear company founded by Glenn Coleman – held its seventh annual Estate party at Splendour in the Grass over the weekend, taking to musician Angus Stone’s exclusive property on Saturday afternoon. Transforming the Byron Bay property into a party-friendly space, the secret location event welcomed a slew of celebrities and musicians, from the boys of The Inspired Unemployed to the likes of Alex Hayes and Alanah Walton.
Elsewhere, guests were treated to a performance from headliner Baker Boy, alongside additional sets from fellow Splendour lineup entrant Dena Amy. Speaking of the Estate Event, NANA JUDY co-founder Glenn Coleman said he was excited to launch the brand’s upcoming partnership with AIME, an initiative “supporting the mentoring of First Nations kids around the world.”
Head to NANA JUDY’s Splendour Estate Event in the gallery above, and scroll down for more info and credits.