There were cocktails at London Textile Fair, music by Twenty8Twelve and a Kiwi birthday bash
WHAT The London Textile Fair cocktail party
WHERE Business Design Centre, Islington
The organisers of the London Textile Fair held a cocktail party on the evening of its opening day. Exhibitors and buyers enjoyed a few drinks after the show and were joined by ‘the royal family’ for the evening in honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year. Pictured (from left) are Jharda – the singing harpist – a Queen lookalike and London Textile Fair organiser John Kelley.
The drinks Prosecco, wine and soft drinks.
The entertainment As well as a visit from ‘royalty’, guests were treated to music from Jharda, the singing harpist, and jazz band The Robert Bell Trio.
WHAT The Brandery party
WHERE Mimosa, the roof terrace of the Mandarin Hotel in Barcelona
The Brandery teamed up with the Spanish edition of Marie Claire magazine to mark the start of the seventh edition of the trade show. Pictured (from left) are fashion photographer Manuel Outumuro, Spanish Marie Claire editor Joana Bonet, The Brandery organiser Miquel Serrano and model Judit Masco.
The food and drink Ibérico ham and rosé wine.
WHAT Twenty8Twelve in-store event
WHERE Twenty8Twelve store, Covent Garden
Premium womenswear brand Twenty8Twelve held an evening of music and poetry reading at its Covent Garden store. Celebs at the event included Made In Chelsea star Amber Atherton, who also owns online jewellery boutique MyFlashTrash.
The drinks Prosecco.
The entertainment Guests were treated to a performance from The Voice contestant Vince Kidd (below and bottom left) as well as several poetry readings.
WHAT Kiwi Boutique’s third birthday party
WHERE Kiwi Boutique, Bakehouse Square, Guisborough, North Yorkshire
To celebrate its third birthday, women’s young fashion indie Kiwi Boutique held an in-store event for its customers showcasing new stock.
The food Kiwi Boutique-themed cupcakes.
The prizes Guests were given the opportunity to win discount vouchers to spend in-store and a star prize of a personal styling consultation with Kiwi owner Sally Morgan.
Which premium womenswear brand’s chief executive recently took a member of the Drapers team to an exclusive party where they were forced to wear slippers?
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