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Hello! Fashion Guest List: The best parties throughout the month of November

Our pick of the most special events throughout the month

Lauren Ramsay
Online Writer
Updated: December 6, 2022
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November. A month always filled with an array of occasions – the period after Halloween and the beginning of the festive holiday season, where an overlap of the two plus everything in between seems to fill social calendars. This year was no different, and there's no city better than London to host the most sophisticated soirées.

Hello! Fashion takes a glimpse inside some of the most exclusive events of November 2022… so you can see who made the Guest List

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Claridge's Christmas Tree Party 

Does anybody do Christmas trees like Claridge's? As with every year, the iconic hotel had a guest list as opulent as their decor for the annual Christmas tree unveiling. This year’s iconic tree was designed by Sandra Choi for Jimmy Choo. The sculpture named ‘The Diamond’ was unveiled in the presence of a glamorous group of guests, including The Marchioness of Bath, Emma Weymouth, Sienna Miller and Lady Violet Manners. The event contained all the glamour of Jimmy Choo combined with the timeless art deco of Claridges. Ever wanted to step inside a diamond? Sandra Choi does, therefore visitors of the sculpture can actually step inside the tree which is made up of reflective mirrors and pulsating lights. What a gem.

Sandra Choi and Sienna Miller at Claridge's

Sandra Choi and Sienna Miller

Lady Violet Manners at Claridges

Lady Violet Manners

Iris Law at Claridges

Iris Law

Emma Weymouth at Claridge's

Emma Weymouth


Zenouska Mowatt

We're betting on Cartier 

The event may officially signify Europe’s top horses, but the list of people on the guestlist is filled with invitees who are just as exclusive. The 32nd Annual Cartier Racing Awards was held inside the ballroom of the prestigious Dorchester Hotel on Wednesday 9th November. The black tie event celebrated with the most esteemed horse-racing aficionados for the 32nd year running. Autumn steeped through the decor with dark cherry and burgundy flower arrangements, complemented by an equally as inviting sit-down supper menu. Society belles such as Zenouska Mowatt, Eliza Manners and Davina Cadogan rubbed shoulders with the world’s most illustrious trainers, could they have been getting tips for next year’s ladies day?

Camilla Blandford and George Blandford at the Cartier Horse racing event

The Marquess and Marchioness of Blandford 

Elle Mcpherson Yoon at the Cartier Horse racing event

Elle McPherson-Yoon

Lady Eliza Manners at the Cartier Horse racing event

Lady Eliza Manners

Lady Sabrina Percy at the Cartier Horse racing event

Sabrina Percy

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Silvia Astore's Girl Gang

Italian fashion designer Silvia Astore hosted an exclusive launch dinner for her latest collection ‘Opium’ at London’s most iconic cultural venue – The House of Koko. Fitting venue for such an occasion. Margarita’s were top of the agenda, and supper tables were adorned with exquisite candles from Anissa Kermiche – one of the evening’s VIP guests. Silvia said: “Opium collection was designed to make every woman feel sensual and confident, harking back to a bygone era of opulence from the China Opium period.” 

Anissa Kermiche at Silvia Astores launch party

Anissa Kermiche

Hum Fleming and Amber Le Bon

Hum Fleming and Amber Le Bon

Silvia Astore and Ciinderella Balthazar

Silvia Astore and Ciinderella Balthazar

Zara Martin

Zara Martin

Guess Who...

Guests were treated to a double dosing of exclusive celebrations from Guess this November. The brand celebrated their new ultra glam Marciano Holiday collection and the first brand extension from Guess . Attendees celebrated with a stylish affair from inside their newly renovated Knightsbridge store– perfect timing.

The brand hosted a decadent 1920’s themed evening filled with suave jazz, a magician and an illustrator to ensure memories of the evening never became distant. Special Guest Ed Westwick and his actress girlfriend Amy Jackson both dressed to the nine(-teen twenty)s wearing items from the Marciano collection. Guess said, “This contemporary runway-inspired collection, designed for the fashion forward woman, is daringly sexy, yet has highly sophisticated style that represents pure glamour in everyday fashion.”

Ed Westwick and Amy Jackson at the Guess Knightsbridge launch

Ed Westwick and Amy Jackson

A Cybex Langan's Lullaby

Luxury baby brand Cybex hosted a charming lunch to introduce the brand to their London community, held amongst the historic art of Langan's brasserie. French fashion icon Julia Restoin Roitfeld was amongst the high calibre of guests joined together to "evoke Cybex’s luxury lifestyle heritage while still representing its innovative creative direction." Infants in London are about to get a major accessories upgrade.

Julia Restoin Roitfeld at a Cybex dinner

Julia Restoin Roitfeld

Susie Lau

Susie Lau

Venitia Archer at the Cybex dinner

Venitia Archer

Sophia Hesketh at the Cybex dinner

Sophia Hesketh

Lydia Forte at the Cybex dinner

Lydia Forte

A Bacchanalia Bash

On Thursday 17th November, hospitality royalty Richard Caring hosted an opulent launch party to mark the opening of Bacchanalia in the heart of Mayfair, the latest concept restaurant to open under Caprice Holdings group. The guestlist was as exclusive as the venue is, with Naomi Campbell, Lady Eliza and Amelia Spencer and Mia Regan gracing with their presence, just to name a few. The floor was awash with velvet suits and glittery dresses. The pièce de résistance?  Florence Welch (from that band with the machine) entertained guests with classic hits like Sweet Nothing and Dog Days are Over

Florence Welch at the Bacchanalia bash

Florence Welch

Richard Caring, Naomi Campbell and Patricia Caring

Richard Caring, Naomi Campbell and Patricia Caring

Harris Reed

Harris Reed

Maya Jama at the Bacchanalia bash

Maya Jama

Lady Eliza Spencer and Lady Amelia Spencer

Lady Eliza Spencer and Lady Amelia Spencer

Bulgari's AI Adventure

To celebrate 75 years of their iconic Serpenti, Bulgari hosted a lavish opening party to celebrate the launch of their immersive exhibition Serpenti Metamorphosis – an AI data spectacle at Saatchi gallery, created by new media artist Rafik Anadol. Bulgari explained, “Anadol offers an exciting and multi-sensory interpretation of the concept of metamorphosis, understood as change from one form to another”. Amongst the event to celebrate innovation, guests were treated to some throwback nostalgia with iconic Let Me Blow Ya Mind singer Eve putting on a stellar performance. Elite party goers in attendance included Sabrina Elba, Zara Martin and Poppy Delavigne. 

The exhibition is open until 23rd December.

Suki Waterhouse Bulgari

Suki Waterhouse

Emily Carey at the Bulgari event

Emily Carey

Sabrina Elba at the Bulgari Serpenti opening

Sabrina Elba

Poppy Delevingne and friends at the Bulgari Serpenti launch

Poppy Delevingne, Zara Martin, Natalie Salmon and Olivia Buckingham

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