By  on December 17, 2008

SYDNEY — “You could call it the last hurrah!” said creative director Kevin Carrigan as the curtain fell on Calvin Klein’s multicity 40th birthday celebrations Tuesday night, all the way down under with a party on Sydney Harbour.


Transported by private ferry to the heritage-listed Cockatoo Island, a former convict prison turned shipyard, 400 guests meandered through installations decorated with eye-popping neon light scapes by Australian aboriginal artist Jonathan Jones — and 40 local models in CK Collection jeans, lingerie and eyewear.

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