Last Night in London: Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne and Sienna Miller among stars out in force for addiction fundraiser

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Sienna Miller, Cara Delevingne and Stella McCartney attend The Eternity Charity Fundraiser hosted by Lola Bute in support of Action On Addiction (Dave Benett)
Sienna Miller, Cara Delevingne and Stella McCartney attend The Eternity Charity Fundraiser hosted by Lola Bute in support of Action On Addiction (Dave Benett)

Glimpse inside the capital’s hottest parties and catch up with the chicest each week with Last Night in London – our new party page updated after every great bash.

From the early hours at Chiltern Firehouse to heady nights at The Standard or posh nosh at The V&A, we have your lowdown on the laughs, the looks and the dedicated scenesters making London nightlife electric.

Feisty philanthropy

Kate Moss (Dave Benett/Getty Images)
Kate Moss (Dave Benett/Getty Images)

The bash: Lady Lola Bute pulled out every stop for her Eternity Charity Fundraiser event on Thursday night, rasing money for Action On Addiction, James’ Place, Place2Be and Grow.

The crowd: The city’s high society showed up to support the 22 year old socialite. Sienna Miller schmoozed with the Delevingne sisters, before being spotted snogging boyfriend Oli Green in the smoking area. They were joined by old pals Kate Moss, Stella McCartney and Charlotte Tilbury. Talk about a turnout.

Lady Lola Bute, Poppy Delevingne, Cara Delevingne and Stella McCartney (Dave Benett)
Lady Lola Bute, Poppy Delevingne, Cara Delevingne and Stella McCartney (Dave Benett)

The looks: Klaxon! Leopard print is back. Kate Moss proved it, putting on a fiery display in her silk, animal pattern jumpsuit by McCartney, which was tied at the waist and worn with gold heels. She was joined by Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark, who opted for a sleek ocelot-print dress cut just over the knee.

The Vampire’s Wife frocks seen on Ellie Goulding and Trinny Woodall felt a little safe, unlike model Jean Campbell, who gambled on a pink and orange feathered dress by Conner Ives. It paid off.

Jean Campbell (Dave Benett)
Jean Campbell (Dave Benett)

The lowdown: Alice in Wonderland-style huge paper flowers stood metres above guests as they tucked into their candlelit supper, in a former Victorian tram repair depot near Kings Cross. You wouldn’t have guessed it’s humble beginnings yesterday, though, as this glitzy set finished off their cheesecake and stormed the glowing rainbow dance floor.

Meet me Upstairs

Jordan Barrett and Lola Bute (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Michael Kors)
Jordan Barrett and Lola Bute (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Michael Kors)

The bash: A supermodel strewn set charged Upstairs at Langan’s, where the red lacquer room got pumping in celebration of a new capsule collection from Michael Kors and ellesse. It was hosted with a little help from Perfect Magazine, too.

Leni Olumi Klum (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Michael Kors)
Leni Olumi Klum (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Michael Kors)

The crowd: You name them, they were there. Vivienne Westwood granddaughter and muse Cora Corré was joined by models Jean Campbell, Jordan Barrett and Lady Lola Bute. Frida Aasen snuggled up with fiancée Tommy Chiabra, and Olivia Culpo, Erin O’Connor, Lennon Gallagher and Indonesian model Luna Maya were all spotted. Whew.

The looks: Plenty showed support to Mr Kors by giving his sparkle heavy frocks, and a few more casual styles, a spin. Heidi Klum’s daughter Leni rocked one of his denim jumpsuits, while the Spencer twins glittered in their form-fitting black gowns.

Amelia Spencer, Perfect Magazine editor Katie Grand and Eliza Spencer (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Michael Kors)
Amelia Spencer, Perfect Magazine editor Katie Grand and Eliza Spencer (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Michael Kors)

The lowdown: After a hefty helping of espresso martinis (and not a few tequilas), it was onto the carpeted dance floor, where the DJ blasted ABBA mash-ups. Paparazzi packed outside Langan’s infamous revolving doors ready to catch revellers heading home, which they did having had one of the miniature marmalade doughnuts passed around.

Royal knees up

Tina Brown (Dave Benett)
Tina Brown (Dave Benett)

The bash: Tina Brown tempted titans of publishing and journalism to The Rooftop at The Trafalgar St. James Hotel, toasting the release of her new royal deep dive book, ‘The Palace Papers’.

The crowd: Awash with editors and big business CEO’s, the former editor of Tatler, Vanity Fair and The New Yorker is well versed in curating a heavy hitting crowd. Ex Financial Times editor Lionel Barber chatted with head of Bloomberg News, John Micklethwait, while Brown herself stood with Bill Browder, the American-British financier in the press for his recent comments against Putin.

Tina Brown and Bill Browder (Dave Benett)
Tina Brown and Bill Browder (Dave Benett)

The looks: Standing out amongst the suits was former Newsnight host Emily Maitlis, who was striking in her pop red, halter neck mini dress and knee high, cream leather boots. With her, journalist Harry Lambert sported a fuchsia velvet blazer, and Jenni Russell shimmered in a smart brown satin dress.

Emily Maitlis, Harry Lambert and Jenni Russell (Dave Benett)
Emily Maitlis, Harry Lambert and Jenni Russell (Dave Benett)

The lowdown: While little in way of scandal unfolded at this sophisticated soirée, the contents of Brown’s new book tell a slightly different story. ‘The Palace Papers’ follows the “truth and turmoil” inside the firm, and comes with a few royal revelations. Prince Charles is both “needy, [and] vulnerable,” according to the author, and a man “desperate for his mother’s approval.” Ouch.

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