Pete and Kate make their entrance in masks designed by renowned Irish milliner Philip Treacy
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Scarlett had accessorised her smart little black dress with equally chic eyewear
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25 OCTOBER 2006
When a member of the A-list dons a disguise before stepping out for an evening on the town, it's generally intended to keep their identity under wraps. The famous faces attending Moet & Chandon's annual fashion tribute in London this week didn't seem too worried about drawing attention to themselves, though.
A roll-call of big names turned out for the glitzy masked ball in Strawberry Hill House on Tuesday night. Hollywood starlet Scarlett Johansson, who had coordinated her elegant mask with a chic little black dress, was spotted embracing design guru Roland Mouret, while Gisele Bundchen was turning heads with a sequinned affair that offset her understated eyewear.
Headline-friendly couple Kate Moss and Pete Doherty managed to make an even bigger impression, however. The Croydon-born beauty and her rock star beau were both wearing striking Philip Treacy designs over their peepers at the exclusive bash.
Never one to shy away from a daring style statement, Liz Jagger became a harlequin for the evening in a multi-coloured body stocking and traditional black mask. The 22-year-old's glamorous mum Jerry Hall also got in on the act with a striking metallic dress, while fellow runway queen Erin O'Connor made her mark with a stunningly ornate headdress.
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