Disturbing London partied at Selfridges, Esprit launched its flagship and the UKFT networked.
WHAT Disturbing London and Selfridges party
WHERE Selfridges Rooftop, London
A who’s who from the worlds of music and fashion gathered to celebrate London Collections: Men in conjunction with menswear brand Disturbing London. The British Fashion Council’s Harold Tillman (left) joined singer and member of the fashion 2012 menswear committee Tinie Tempah at the event.
The music Guests enjoyed a show from singer Delilah as well as DJ sets from MistaJam and DJ Charlesy.
The food and drink Fried chicken sandwiches, lobster rolls and chargrilled fillet of beef washed down with Absolut Lemon Drop and Absolut Raspberri Tart cocktails.
WHAT The inaugural UKFT Rise event
WHERE Soho House Basement, Greek Street, London
The UKFT held its first networking event for emerging talent. Among the guests were (from left) Oliver Platts, Johnstons of Elgin; Tom Seastron, BMB; Asos’s Nick Robertson; Kate Berwin, Berwin & Berwin; Rampant Sporting’s Richard Hurtley; Sophie Haynes, Green Baby; and Lisa Berwin, Lisa Berwin Communications.
The food and drink Canapés including mini cheeseburgers, rare roast beef, red onion and goat cheese tarts, and grilled asparagus with champagne.
WHAT Diesel event at premium menswear indie Utter Nutter
WHERE Utter Nutter, South Street,Romford, Essex
Diesel hosted an in-store event at Utter Nutter which was attended by more than 200 people. Utter Nutter owner Kashif Qazi and store manager Sanjay Yagnik posed outside. Also pictured (from left) are Aziz Abidat, Made Man Clothing; Tony Kippered, Kippered Fashion Agency; Per Lui’s Nathan Bullen; and Darran Harris from Brand National.
The food and drink Canapés and drinks were served throughout the evening.
The entertainment Goody bags were offered to shoppers spending £50 or more on Diesel products while DJs provided the music.
WHAT Launch of Esprit’s new-look flagship store
WHERE Regent Street, London
Casualwear chain Esprit held a party to unveil its revamped Regent Street store. Guests included The Only Way Is Essex’s Lydia Bright, singer Natasha Bedingfield and presenter Donna Air.
The food and drink Vintage Tea Party author Angel Adoree served guests with bespoke orange and fennel-infused vodka cocktails.
The entertainment Music was provided by Choice FM DJ Max and a performance from Natasha Bedingfield.
Which staunchly republican indie operator said he only accepted the invite to meet Prince Charles at the launch of London Collections: Men for the food and drink?
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