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Words with friends: RUSSH Book Club’s Melbourne launch

You’ve got to be interested to be interesting. For the second stop in our series of launches for the RUSSH Book Club, we celebrated a mutual love of reading with old friends and new at Jardan Furniture’s Church Street space, Melbourne, co-hosted by founder and editor of modern wellness, work and creativity platform Self PracticeLauren Trend.

As we snacked on cheese and charcuterie courtesy of Milk the Cow fromagerie and sipped on rosé from Bird in Hand, Trend lead a discussion on the literature that has helped shape her personal narrative including her must-reads: Call Me By Your NameThe Architecture of Happiness, and A Frame for Life. Guests each received their own pair of customisable white Converse high tops, part of the brand’s All The Stories Are True campaign, and a gift card to spend with Books Kinokuniya.