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Heritage eyewear brand MOSCOT recently hosted their first Australian edition of MOSCOT Music at a private rooftop in Bondi Beach. The event featured Palassi Kailis and Tom Derickx, popularly known as The Kayex, who delighted guests with their unique blend of electronic and live instrumentation. MOSCOT Music was first introduced in 2004 by Harvey Moscot, the fourth generation of MOSCOT’s founding family, when he picked up his guitar and started playing at the Orchard Street shop in New York on a rainy Saturday. The event was an instant hit, and ever since then, MOSCOT has been blending music and eyewear to connect fans worldwide.

MOSCOT’s Australia Brand Manager, Julien Fritz, explained the connection between music and eyewear, saying that both offer a window to the soul and a unique experience for every individual. The Kayex, who won the Triple J Unearthed new music competition in 2018, are known for their distinctive style that resonates with today’s pop music culture. After a career in professional football, frontman Tom Derickx found music to be his anchor to re-center himself and speak from the heart again.

The MOSCOT Music event was attended by several notable personalities, including French creative director Aurélie Pinar, DJ Clay Western, fashion stylist Thomas Townsend, Kult model Mana Mackay, and make-up artist Sean Brady. Against the backdrop of the majestic Sydney harbour, guests enjoyed the cult-electro sounds of The Kayex while sipping Grifter Brewing Co’s signature pale ale.

MOSCOT has always been more than just an eyewear brand, and the MOSCOT Music event is a testament to that. Their commitment to blending music with fashion has earned them a loyal fan base worldwide. MOSCOT Music is an excellent platform for up-and-coming artists looking to make their mark in the music industry. It will be exciting to see the brand’s continued support for emerging and established musicians in the future.