Star quality, King’s Cross
Who wasn’t there!? The Vanity Fair Bafta EE Rising Star party pulled in up-and-comers of the moment Jack Lowden and Michael Ward, who joined ES cover star Kaitlyn Dever to toast their own success as Bafta nominees, ahead of the awards this Sunday. The low-lit labyrinth-like penthouse at The Standard hotel played host with fire pit, cocktails and hot talent galore.
Kiss and make-up, Mayfair
What do you get when you put a top-notch make-up brand and a world-class model together? A pretty good party, for starters: Malaika Firth and Sonny Hall headed to The Connaught to celebrate Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, new face of Hourglass, and the launch of the brand’s clever new concealer — just the thing for banishing inevitable dark circles the morning after…
Sutits you sir, Paris
Sir Paul Smith’s address book proved nearly as impressive as his swish suits at a dinner to celebrate his label’s 50th anniversary, held at Le Trianon theatre in Paris after a showing of the AW20 collection. Guests were treated to 50 of the designer’s favourite songs on vinyl, and while nearly everyone wore the brand, Sir Ian McKellen won best-dressed for his natty pair of sun-printed socks.