It will never be modest or even an affordable affair when one puts Rolls Royce and Marq Quinn together for a charity cause. Rolls-Royce’s ‘Evelin Art for Allergy x Dine on the Line’ helped raised £1.7 million in support of allergy research at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital. The star of the show is undoubtedly the art piece that was bid for £888,000 where world-renowned artist Marc Quinn created a magnificent artwork on a Rolls-Royce Phantom. The artwork takes inspiration from Quinn’s on-going series of iris paintings, named ‘We Share Our Chemistry with the Stars’.
The evening included an exquisite and immersive dining experience, where guests enjoyed a menu carefully curated by world-renowned chef, Giorgio Locatelli. Following the auction, singer-songwriter John Newman entertained guests, before DJ Fat Tony closed out an extraordinary evening of philanthropy.
当劳斯莱斯(Rolls Royce)和马克奎恩(Marq Quinn)为了慈善事业而走在一起时，绝对是既价值不菲又高端的话题。而Rolls-Royce的 “Evelin Art for Allergy x Dine on the Line” 为伦敦埃维莉娜儿童医院筹集了170万英镑，用于支持过敏研究项目。其中又以一辆劳斯莱斯幻影标轴版车型艺术品创出88万英镑的竞标价，这是著名视觉系画家马克奎恩在劳斯莱斯幻影基础上再创作的杰出作品。灵感来自他正在进行的虹膜绘画系列，名为“We Share Our Chemistry with the Stars”。
当晚盛会除了精致且典雅的用餐体验，宾客享用由世界级大厨 Giorgio Locatelli 精心策划的菜单。拍卖会后，歌手兼音乐人John Newman呈献表演，然后由DJ Fat Tony结束了非凡的慈善之夜。
Dr Nicole Yap Breast and Skin Oncoplastic Surgeon 乳腺肿瘤整形及内分泌外科医生
Delightfully Australian with a dash of Hakka, and plenty of smarts, Dr Nicole Yap is the director of Breast Institute Australia, and is the leading expert in breast and skin oncoplastic surgery in Australia. Her other interests include endocrine surgery and the treatment of varicose veins. Dr Yap has practices at St Vincent’s, Epworth, Mulgrave and Holmesglen Private.
One of the few Melbourne practitioners who specialises in the dual practice of tumour removal, by mastectomy with breast reconstruction, Dr Yap will be opening a new fully integrated clinic under Breast Institute Australia in Prahran, early 2020. Aiming to provide a service for breast and skin issues, both pathological and aesthetic, the clinic will house a general practitioner, breast and skin oncoplastic surgeon, oncologist, radiology, dietitian, physiotherapist, breast care nurse and a beautician specialising in counteracting hormonal changes associated with menopause and breast cancer treatment, and eyelash and eyebrow feathering to counteract the effects of chemotherapy.
Believe in yourself, trust your instincts and never let anyone put you down.
“Currently breast cancer affects one in seven women and is the leading cause of cancer death in females. Breast cancer need not be a death sentence if women are in tune with their bodies. Early diagnosis is key to survival and women should seek advice if concerned about any signs of a breast lump, nipple discharge, nipple inversion, or breast skin tethering or dimpling.”
After training in plastic surgery, Dr Yap completed her fellowship in general surgery. Her speciality is in combining surgical cancer treatment of the breast with plastic surgical techniques to achieve an aesthetically pleasing result.
“The techniques of breast oncoplastic surgery allows removal of the cancer, as a lump or mastectomy, whilst maintaining a good shape. This allows better psychological response to further treatment such as chemotherapy, as well as counteracting the potential distortion of the breast from radiotherapy”. This has led to her being voted as finalist in MyFaceMyBody Awards in the Best Practice, Best Patient Experience and Best Aesthetic Practice categories. Dubbed the ‘Oscars’ of the cosmetic beauty industry, MyFaceMyBody Awards celebrates the best in the aesthetics business.
Dr Yap’s breast oncoplastic work was augmented by training at the European Institute of Oncology, Milan, and participating at the Breast Oncoplastic Workshop Royal College of Surgeons, London. She further honed her skills by working with leading breast oncoplastic surgeon, Dr Krishna Clough at the Clinique Bizet in Paris, and more recently with Dr Emmanual Delay at Leon Berard cancer centre and Clinique Charcot.
Breast cancer need not be a death sentence if women are in tune with their bodies. Early diagnosis is key to survival.
An authority on breast reconstruction and augmentation using both implants and autologous fat grafting, she has presented at the International Society of Plastic Regenerative Surgery Congress, Rome and World Congress of Regenerative Medicine & Stem Cell, Guangzhou, China. She has also presented at IPRAS Sydney, and EPRAS, Vienna.
A prolific surgical and community awareness educator with previous experience as examiner of medical students at Monash University, she has represented The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in a presentation regarding ‘Changing trends in breast cancer and the implications to the management of this disease’ to the Minister of Health.
Within the last year, she was invited to be judge and presenter of the USA MyFaceMyBody Awards at the Beverley Wilshire Hotel; featured in The Ultimate 100 Global Aesthetic Leaders publication; invited as faculty member of first Global Virtual Aesthetic Symposium, and was awarded a Certificate of Outstanding Service by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Among numerous appointments, Dr Yap is deputy chair of the VRC of The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, a RACS representative of the Cancer Council of Victoria Medical and Scientific Committee, AMA Councillor, past president of the Australian Chinese Medical Association of Victoria, a board member of Pink Hope, vice president of the Medico-Legal Society of Victoria, a member of Breast Surgeons ANZ Society, Australian Society of Breast Disease, COSA (Clinical Oncological Society of Australia), Australian & New Zealand Endocrine Surgeons, and Australian & New Zealand Society of Phlebologist.
An upbeat and witty personality, even in the face of grave issues like cancer and mortality, she imparts soulful words, “Believe in yourself, trust your instincts and never let anyone put you down.”
她是利用植入物和自体脂肪移植进行乳房重建和隆胸的权威，曾在罗马国际整形外科协会大会和中国广州举行的再生医学与干细胞世界大会上发表演讲。她也曾在悉尼国际美容整形外科协会(IPRAS)和维也纳的EPRAS会上演说。身为莫纳什大学多产的外科教育工作者和医学生审查员，曾代表澳大利亚皇家外科学院(Royal Australasian College of Surgeons)向卫生部进行一场关于“乳腺癌的变化趋势以及对乳腺癌管理的影响”之研讨报告。
Toni El-Helou Director & Senior Auctioneer of Biggin & Scott Boroondara Biggin & Scott Boroondara董事、高级拍卖商
Acclaimed pianist and composer Vladimir Samoylovich once said,
“The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is practice.” Learning to manage an auction is no different.
As powerful as Thor with his hammer, award-winning auctioneer Toni El-Helou knows that better than anyone else as he pushes himself with endless drills and practice. “Motivation gets you started, habits keep you going.”
‘Sold!’ is a word he uses regularly, closing deals with ease for buyers and sellers alike. As director of Biggin&Scott Boroondara, El-Helou is a respected name in the real estate industry. Skilled in negotiation, sales, real estate and business development, he is a strong real estate professional with a master’s degree in architecture, finance and real estate from BHS. Co-founder of a successful mortgage brokerage business with his wife Kris, his professional background includes a wealth of knowledge in finance, properties, commercial and residential developments. “We believe in creating relationships not transactions.”
His lean and slim built come from a love for sports. El-Helou enjoys tennis competitions and is an active member of the Royal Melbourne Tennis Club. His wife and four kids ensure he strikes a balance between work, pleasure and family life. This state of happiness and equilibrium makes him more connected to his clients. He can understand, consider and listen to their needs more effectively and appreciates that everyone has different goals and ambitions.
Motivation gets you started, habits keep you going. Believe and you will achieve.
A local resident of Boroondara for the last 20 years, Tony lives and breathes the local lifestyle of fantastic restaurants, cafes, reputable schools and sporting facilities. He brings passion and an exceptional understanding of what clients want in the Boroondara precinct and surrounding areas. Delivering results and a personalised service, he is known in the industry as an excellent communicator and has a reputation for ‘not leaving any stone unturned’. As a community-minded individual and family man, El-Helou has been described as ‘a dedicated breath of fresh air to the real estate industry’.
We believe in creating relationships not transactions.