Good Advice Never Goes Out of Style

In an industry that is dominated by grey suits, Sajen Legal aren’t afraid to stand out from the crowd with a bit of style.

The boutique business law firm has recently joined forces with corporate fashion label 400 Co. to bring an evening of inspiration and glamour to the coast.

Earlier this year, Sajen lawyers Melissa Sawyer and Brittany Smeed were treated to a champagne shopping day at 400 Co’s Brisbane store, where they found that 400 Co.’s designs fit perfectly with Sajen’s philosophy.

In the spirit of supporting entrepreneurship and the creative industries, on 17th June they will be hosting an exclusive event featuring a sneak peak at 400 Co.’s latest winter collection and some words of wisdom from designer Laura Chong.

Laura was herself a lawyer, before risking it all to turn her hobby into a successful online business that has now lead to the opening of an Edward Street flagship store.

Sajen Legal has always had a strong connection with the arts, being one of the founding partners of the Sunshine Coast Art Prize, sponsoring numerous local art shows, and commissioning the infamous “Honey Badger” graffiti mural at their Mooloolaba firm.

With Sajen and 400 Co’s shared passion for innovation and creativity, they’ll be sure to put on quite a show.

For a chance to win tickets to this exclusive event, follow @sajenlegal on Instagram and share a photo of your favourite #corporate style icon on Instagram with the hashtag #sajenlegalevent

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