Kim Kardashian West was in a Versace crop top, joining mother Kris Jenner at the MTV Movie and TV Awards. Tiffany Haddish hosted the celebration of film and TV, where Jurassic Park star Chris Pratt was handed the MTV Generation Award. Tessa Thompson, Zendaya, Nick Jonas, Kristen Bell, Alison Brie, Mandy Moore, Chadwick Boseman, Olivia Munn, Halsey and Michael B Jordan were also among guests at The Barkar Hangar in Los Angeles.
Lily Collins Jenna Coleman and Neelam Gill upped the glamour at the Cartier polo final, at Guards Polo Club in Surrey, where they joined a society crowd including Donna Air, Amber Le Bon, Mary Charteris and Alice Dellal. James Blunt, Tinie Tempah, Jilly Cooper, Edward Enninful, Christopher Kane, Ben Fogle and Alice Temperley were also among guests at the lunch and tournament.
Stormzy, Emilia Clarke, Kim Jones, Liv Tyler, Idris Elba, Jourdan Dunn and Kelly Osbourne were among A-list fans in the audience as Jay Z and Beyoncé brought their On The Run II tour to the capital. The pair took to the stage at the London Stadium after announcing the release of their surprise album, Everything Is Love, which coincides with their tenth wedding anniversary.
David Walliams, Brian Cox, David Gilmour, Nile Rogers, Lily Cole and Piers Morgan paid their respects to Professor Stephen Hawking as his ashes were interred between fellow scientists Sir Charles Darwin and Sir Isaac Newton at Westminster Abbey. Astronaut Tim Peake and actor Benedict Cumberbatch gave readings at the service where Carol Vorderman, Jeremy Corbyn, Anita Dobson and Ben Miller were also among guests.
Sisters Stella and Mary McCartney joined Camilla Al Fayed at her Farmacy eatery in Notting Hill to celebrate the launch of her cookbook, Farmacy Kitchen, based on the organic vegan restaurant. Josephine de la Baume was on hand to provide the musical entertainment, DJing for VIPs including Victoria Pendleton, Marc Quinn and Tania Fares.
Millie Mackintosh was out to support her friend Henry Holland as he launched his floral installation in conjunction French liqueur brand Maison St-Germain. Kelly Osbourne, Laura Whitmore, Emily Attack, Arielle Free, Charlotte de Carle and Kyle De'volle were guided by Holland through the sensory garden experience, which celebrates the elderflower harvest, at 38 Grosvenor Square.
Peter Andre introduced Alexandra Burke and Heather Small to the stage as they performed for Ben Cohen, Kristina Rihanoff, Jessica Wright, Imogen Thomas, Jake Quickenden, Michelle Heaton, Jo Wood and Melinda Messenger at the Caudwell Children Charity’s Butterfly Ball. Founders John and Claire Caudwell were also at Grosvenor House to welcome Duncan Bannatyne, Pete Wicks, Lauren Goodger and Nell McAndrew.
Hollywood A-listers Rihanna, Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling, Helena Bonham Carter and Sarah Paulson took to the red carpet at Cineworld Leicester Square as Ocean's 8 marked its European debut. Clara Paget, Edith Bowman, Jessica Wright and Vanessa Feltz were among guests at the screening of the action packed heist comedy, which was followed by an afterparty at Tate Modern.
Salma Hayek, who famously played Frida Kahlo in the Oscar winning 2002 film, opened the private view of the major exhibition dedicated to the iconic Mexican artist alongside Annie Lennox, Douglas Booth, Lady Kitty Spencer, Hannah Arterton, Toby Huntington-Whiteley and Pearl Mackie. The landmark display at The V&A presents a collection of personal artefacts and clothing belonging to Kahlo and Lady Amelia Windsor, Donna Air, Clara Amfo, Alice Temperley, Ellen Von Unwerth and Holly Vallance were also invited to preview the exhibition before it opened to the public.
Myleene Klass and Alexander Armstrong hosted the Classic BRIT Awards as it returned to The Royal Albert Hall after a five year absence, with performances from Tokio Myers, Beverley Knight, Katherine Jenkins, Sir Bryn Terfel and Andrea Bocelli. Guests included The Duchess of York, Nile Rodgers, Amanda Holden, Bill Turnbull, Charlotte Hawkins, Collabro, Laura Wright, Martin Kemp, Montana Brown and Virginia Lewis-Jones, who accepted an award on behalf of her mother Dame Vera Lynn. Royal wedding performer Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Michael Ball and Alfie Boe were also among winners.
Kirsty Gallacher, Kristin Scott Thomas and Denise van Outen were at London’s iconic Abbey Road Studios to support Hope and Homes for Children’s gala. Charity patron Natalie Pinkham hosted the event, introducing performers Snow Patrol, Tom Odell and Fun Lovin’ Criminals to the stage, where VIP guests Holly Branson, Susie Amy and Sarah Jane Mee cheered them on.
Stella McCartney and muse Kate Moss cut a giant red ribbon wrapped around her new store’s balcony as friends and family including Mary McCartney, Kylie Minogue, Neelam Gill, Chrissie Hynde, Sadie Frost, Idris Elba and Jennifer Saunders waved flags, confetti and bubbles from the shop windows. In town for the premiere of Ocean's 8, Mindy Kaling was also at the new Old Bond Street store, joining Sir Bob Geldof, Charli XCX, Edward Enninful and Jefferson Hack to celebrate.
Lizzie Cundy stepped out in a Julien Macdonald dress, as her good friend and designer was on hand to celebrate her birthday alongside Bruno Tonioli, Eamonn Holmes, Michelle Heaton, Nancy Dell'Olio, Ola and James Jordan and Vanessa Feltz. The celebrations took place at Caramel Restaurant, where Cundy was spotted pouring champagne on a shirtless waiter in front of guests including Chizzy Akudolu, Jenni Falconer, Linda Lusardi, Nell McAndrew and Anthea Turner.
Fresh from presenting his latest What We Wear collection, Tinie Tempah headed to the Principal London to join Diplo, Gary Kemp, Raye and Tommy Hilfiger at Dylan Jones's bi-annual GQ dinner, which closed LFW Men's. After four packed days of shows and parties, front row regulars David Gandy, Jack Guinness, Paul Sculfor, Toby Huntington-Whiteley, Johannes Hueb, Fae Williams, Eric Underwood, David Furnish and Jim Chapman were also on hand to mark the closing of the menswear showcase.
Guest of honour Ozzy Osbourne was joined by his wife Sharon at this year's Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards. The ceremony at indigO2 also welcomed rockers Dani Filth, Wes Borland, SKYND, The Amazonica, Amalie Bruun and Wolves, who were honoured with the Best Underground Band award.
Andrew Garfield dedicated his Tony statue to the LGBTQ community, following his Best Actor win for his role in Angels in America, a play about AIDS and homosexuality in 1980s America. Nathan Lane, Glenda Jackson, Chita Rivera, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Bruce Springsteen and John Leguizamo were honoured for their services to theatre, and joined other VIP guests Robert De Niro, Amy Schumer, Claire Danes, Carey Mulligan, Tina Fey, Anna Wintour, Jim Parsons, Matthew Morrison, Michael Cera, Kerry Washington, Michael Kors and Tiffany Haddish at the star-studded ceremony at Radio City Music Hall, before continuing the celebrations at The Plaza Hotel.
David and Victoria Beckham shrugged off divorce rumours as they were spotted together sat alongside Vogue Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful at the Kent & Curwen catwalk show, held down the street from the London flagship store. Newly appointed Dior Homme designer and friend of the Beckhams, Kim Jones, was also at the presentation, which started with lunch before models weaved their way around the long white tables dotted with red roses - a nod to the label's logo - wearing clothes inspired by David's favourite band, The Stone Roses.
Camila Cabello took a break from touring with Taylor Swift to join other artists Shawn Mendes, Rita Ora, G-Eazy and Jess Glynne at this year's Capital Summertime Ball. Despite cancelling her London gig, Demi Lovato appeared to be enjoying herself with Capital host Roman Kemp, and other artists taking part in the annual gig included Ella Eyre, James Arthur, Paloma Faith, Sheryl Crow and Stefflon Don.
Adwoa Aboah joined friends Clara Paget, Iris Law, Little Simz, Sonny Hall and Harris Dickinson as Burberry marked the launch of its fall 2018 pre-collection and the preview of Juergen Teller's third photo series of Aboah. Fat Tony was on the decks at Thomas' Cafe inside Burberry's Regent Street flagship as VIPs including Kelly Osbourne, Professor Green and Kyle De'volle partied amid LFW Men's.
Laura Bailey, James Righton, Ella Eyre, Billie JD Porter, Erdem Moralioğlu, Siobhan Bell, Tallia Storm and Pandora Sykes enjoyed the London skyline as they took to the Penthouse terrace of The London Edition to celebrate the launch of Mytheresa.com's inaugural The Album print publication. Gia Coppola flew in especially to introduce the new magazine, which includes a special feature with the American filmmaker, with Amber Le Bon on hand as DJ for the night.
Hollywood's elite including Cate Blanchett, Bill Murray, Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox turned out to pay tribute to George Clooney, this year's American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement award recipient. Diane Keaton, last year's AFI honouree, took to the stage to award the Oscar-winning actor with the prestigious honour at the AFI Life Achievement Award & Gala Tribute, with his wife Amal Clooney joining Anna Kendrick, Cindy Crawford, Laura Dern and Jimmy Kimmel in a standing ovation at the Dolby Theater.
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