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MODEL VILLAGE HOSTS LFWM SS19 OPENING DINNER

The premium influence platform hosted an exclusive LFW dinner at Albert’s private members club to celebrate the start of Men’s Fashion Week.

London Fashion Week Men’s is upon us, which means hundreds of male models are flocking to the fashion capital to attend their shows for this season’s Spring/Summer 2019 collection showcase.

To help them enjoy the calm before the storm over the next few days, Model Village hosted a dinner for a selective number of male models at Albert’s Members club located in South Kensington in London. The three course meal gave the gentlemen the opportunity to enjoy an evening of pleasant conversation with some of the industry’s leading experts over an exquisite meal, serving as an oasis before their busy schedule started the next day. Guests included leading male models Chris Perceval, Christian Bordin and Tobias Reuter amongst others. Fashion photographer Daniel Bruno Grandi who has worked with the likes of Cara Delevingne, Gisele Oliveira, Fernanda Liz, Leomie Anderson was also present.

The models enjoyed their three-course meal put together by Albert’s head chef Alessio Piras who has also worked under the most revered establishments in London, including Cecconi’s, Shoreditch House, Pescatori and Alloro.   

Named after Prince Albert due to the significance of the area, the private members club offers a unique and historic choice of spirits and delicious dishes which has formed Albert’s global reputation focused on impeccable service, enviable ambience, first-class cuisine and exciting entertainment which bursts open behind the iconic blue door in the evenings when the venue turns into one of London’s prime night clubs.

As conversations got louder and the ambiance music turned to a beat, the models gradually made their way to Albert’s nightclub area to dance the night away, before returning to their respective hotels ready to wake up fresh the next morning for their shows.

MODEL VILLAGE HOSTS LFWM SS19 OPENING DINNER

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