Harry Styles kept the party going after the BBC Music Awards at Earl's Court in London on Thursday night, leaving the rest of One Direction to head home as he hit The House of Hackney Glam Rock Christmas Party held at The Scotch of St James nightclub in Westminster.
The 20-year-old star swapped his formal wear look, comprising a pijama-style jacket and smart trousers, for a rock 'n' roll ensemble as he ventured to the famous venue, which was an historically significant meeting place for London's rock elite in the 1960s.
Harry Styles headed to The Scotch of St James nightclub to party
Harry looked ready to rub shoulders with other stars in an open black shirt that showed off his various tattoos and a pair of black and white Lanvin pinstripe trousers. The heart-throb wrapped up in a long black coat, and accessorised with a combination of silver rings and cross chains.
The 1D singer went solo for the afterparty, which followed the BBC Music Awards
The 1D singer was joined by the likes of TOWIE star Lauren Pope, Ronnie Wood's ex-wife Jo Wood, Ringo Starr's daughter Lee Starkey and Noel Gallagher at the club, which opened its doors in 1965 and has attracted rock and pop glitterati ever since.
Guests enjoyed Ciroc vodka cocktails, festive finger food and music performed by Fag Junky.
The Scotch of St James nightclub was the plaground for London's rock elite in the 1960s
Everyone from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who have congregated there, never mind Stevie Wonder, David Bowie and John Legend.
Since its restoration and re-opening in 2012, the fashionable nightspot has continued to be be frequented by the rich and famous, including supermodels such as Kate Moss and pop star Rita Ora.
Since its restoration in 2012 Kate Moss and Rita Ora have partied there
Thursday night saw the club welcome more celebrities into its wonderful surrounds for an evening of decadence and opulence, a Glam Rock Christmas Party hosted by fashion label House of Hackney and Fran Cutler.
The sophisticated venue was decked out in House of Hackney's signature statement Palmeral print to mark the launch of a capsule shoe collection, just in time for Christmas.