The UK’s number one champagne brand, Moet & Chandon knows how to party and is synonymous with celebration, glamour and seizing the moment. And it only seems reasonable that the brand has finally thrown its inaugural hedonistic and lavish ‘Moët Party Day’. The bash held at Victoria House in London. It has kicked off the Moet string of luxury events in cities including Paris, Hong Kong, Mexico City among others.
Moet & Chandon Champagne Party Day in London.
Spread over the entire Victoria House – an iconic art-deco building – in Bloomsbury the event marked Moet & Chandon’s biggest nationwide celebration to date. Attended by celebrities and socialites including Samuel L Jackson, Millie Mackintosh, Raleigh Ritchie, Joe Alvarez, Naomi Isted, Darren Charman, Johannes Heubl, Oliver Cheshire, Toby Huntington-Whiteley, Prince Cassius, Robert Konjic, Becky Tong, CL, Craig McGinlay, Kara Rose Marshall, Kimberley Garner, Oliver Proudlock, and Josh Patterson among others, the #NOWOrNeverland party has set new benchmark of celebration. A bottle of Moet Brut was popping every five seconds. Dancers were performing stylized choreographed acts while guests celebrated well into the late hours of Sunday. We even had champagne vending machines dishing out mini bottles of comp Moet all night.
In a weekend of major celebrations, Moet & Chandon, as Royal Warrant Holders, have also raised a toast to the Queen on her 90th birthday weekend, with the very same champagne that’s supplied to her household. The Champagne has held the Royal Warrant since Queen Victoria recognised the quality of the Champagnes in 1893. This recognition was reaffirmed in 1955 when Moët & Chandon was granted the Royal Warrant by HM Queen Elizabeth II, which has been maintained over the last sixty-one years.
Darren Charman, Marie Louise Smith, Tamara Orlova-Alvarez, Joe Alvarez