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The Halloween in just around the corner. And that means that socialites and celebrities descend in droves to hot spots of hedonism and debauchery. We’ve done some people-watching for you across London’s most decadent venues.

Annabel’s Venetian Carnival

Annabel’s transported guests to the heart of the Venetian Carnival with a spectacular Halloween party. Grand dresses and whimsically decorated masks adorned the Club’s guests who gathered for a hauntingly good time that blended the magic of Venetian traditions with a modern touch of chilling delight.

Annabel’s, the renowned and exclusive London nightlife destination, wove a unique tale, choosing “Horrors of Venetian Carnival” as the theme. Conceptualised by The Birley Clubs Creative Director, Tatiana Kharchylava, the centrepiece of the night was the captivating facade, a grand hand-carved Venetian mask with eerie animated eyes, watching over guests as they entered the event.

Inside, the entertainment was nothing short of extraordinary, with international DJs taking the stage throughout the Club. The night included sets from none other than superstar Bob Sinclar and the masked mastermind, Claptone in The Nightclub. Guests danced the night away with a glass of Dom Pérignon, whilst Venetian horrors roamed every floor, ensuring a non-stop, enchanting experience for all in attendance.

The atmosphere was perfectly complemented by a selection of exquisite cocktails including Dark Volto, Corrupted Bauta and Plague Doctor from Don Julio 1942, adding an extra layer of sophistication and flavour to the night’s festivities.

The Boundary Hotel with Hoxton Spirits

Lottie Moss. Photo: Dave Benett for Getty,

Hoxton Halloween returned for a Sinful Night of Revelry at The Boundary Hotel, Shoreditch 

Attendees included  Lottie Moss and her best friends, Chezablonde and  Blithe Saxon  with Actors Jack McEvoy, Mark Ebulué and  and stylist Mason Smillie and others who were partying until the early hours. 

The party crowd we downing shots of Hoxton Gin and  Hoxton Rum,  alongside the Hoxton cocktails

There was Drag shows, dance shows,  with Dj sets from Gucci Girl, Donnie Sunshine, Hazel and Lea Lea and a special live performance of “Body Grove” by Nay Nay.

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