Kochie’s carols jacket is worth HOW much?

ALL eyes were on the Sunrise stars at the Carols in the Domain last night but the attention turned to David 'Kochie' Koch's out-there jacket worth thousands.

The finance guru, 61, plugged the Joe Bananas Australia blazer twice on social media, which is worth a whopping investment of $16,500.

The red and green floral piece is a far cry from Kochie's regular black suit attire.

David Koch at carols in the domain last night in Sydney. Picture: Facebook.
David Koch at carols in the domain last night in Sydney. Picture: Facebook.

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He thanked the designer on the night while juggling the hosting gig at Sydney's biggest carols' night.

"The boys set for Woolworths Carols in the Domain. Thanks Joe Bananas Australia for the incredible jacket. Very special," he wrote.

Another post said: "For those who are interested Joe Bananas Australia, whose jacket I'm wearing, is an Australian business which has been going 30 years. It's such a great success story in a really tough industry.

"Their secret is to be creative and unique. Their clothes are like a piece of art."

Kochie was joined by Samantha Armytage, Natalie Barr and Mark Berretta at the event which was attended by thousands.

Overnight, he told Confidential the team had participated for the past four years and it was an event they always looked forward to.

"Carols In The Domain has been a family tradition going back many years," Koch said.

"It is my favourite night of the year so to host the event is an absolute honour.

Sunrise crew Mark Beretta, Natalie Barr, Sam Armytage and David Koch. Picture: Tim Hunter.
Sunrise crew Mark Beretta, Natalie Barr, Sam Armytage and David Koch. Picture: Tim Hunter.

Performers included Samantha Jade, Penny McNamee, Lucy Durack, The Wiggles and Todd McKenney.



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