Florence + the Machine, from Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2012 runway show to Sydney, Australia

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We could only have dreamt of attending Chanel’s underwater themed collection for Spring/Summer 2012, presented at the Grand Palais in Paris. Karl Lagerfeld always knows how to put on a show with an exquisite set, beautiful clothes and a haunting performance from Florence + the Machine. A favourite of the man they call the Kaiser, Florence Welch is one of those women who perfectly transcends barriers and offers up a beautiful partnership of music and fashion, so it comes as no surprise that she is one of Lagerfeld’s favourite women to dress.

With spring weather arriving with vengeance, it’s fitting that Welch is bringing her own brand of style down to Australia for the Debit MasterCard Priceless Music series for 2011 to showcase their latest piece of artistry from the sophomore album Ceremonials. Eagerly anticipated by music and fashion fans alike (we know one too many fashion designers who loved using their hit single Dog Days Are Over as their runway music), this album is one of the most eagerly anticipated and fans in Australia will be among the first in the world to hear their latest work live.

To catch Florence + the Machine in concert for their Debit MasterCard Priceless Music Series show at The Seymour Centre, Sydney on Tuesday, 15 November, visit www.mastercard.com.au/music and pre-register for an alert before 7 November. Tickets are priced at $41.25 inclusive of booking fees and GST (limit 4 per person) and will be available from 9.00am AEST on 8 November. Tickets must be purchased with a Debit MasterCard. To get hold of a Debit MasterCard contact Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, Bankwest or Bendigo Bank and apply for access to future Priceless Music experiences.

Meanwhile we’re wondering which fashion designers will be clamouring to dress Florence Welch, or will she be bringing along her own Chanel wardrobe?

Disclosure: In accordance with the FTC Guidelines, I am disclosing that I am being compensated for writing about the Debit MasterCard Priceless Music Series show, however, the content and thoughts shared about Florence + The Machine are my own.