On Thursday night, I headed to the Saatchi Gallery on the King’s Road for the Hugo Boss Summer Party.
Celebrating the brand’s 40th year in the
, guests admired the current ‘Korean
Eye’ collection (on display until Sept 23rd), ‘the largest
survey of new Korean art to date’. Music was provided by Hugo Tracks DJs and we
drank delicious Disaronno cocktails and swilled champagne (such a touch life).
Yummy food was provided by the Recipe, wonderfully presented on large clocks. There was a party photo booth too, offering up
some tantalising neon dress-up! UK
Excitingly, Gold-medal-winning Olympians Greg Rutherford and Luke Campbell were in attendance, both looking incredibly dashing in top-to-toe Hugo Boss. Happy to pose for photos with lots of ladies, the lads set hearts racing with their easy charm and dashing good looks. Luke Campbell even got his medal out on request (ooh-er). All joking aside, it was really quite something to have been in the same room with Team GB-ers.
After surprisingly little persuasion, both Greg and Luke happily donned tea cosies to support White Stuff’s impending National Wear a Tea Cosy on Your Head Day (Thursday 27th September), a charity initiative raising funds and awareness for disadvantaged children and young people in the UK. £3 charity tea cosies will be available to buy in White Stuff shops and on their website from this Tuesday.