Stylishly Choo - fashionistas attend Jimmy Choo x Annabel's party

Jimmy Choo party was the hottest invite in town

by Laura Sutcliffe /

On 8 November, the most fabulous party was thrown in the heart of London. The Jimmy Choo X Annabel's event was hosted at the shoe store's flagship townhouse on New Bond Street, and a whole host of fashionistas attended.

Hugo Heathcote took to the decks

The magnificent, three-floored flagship townhouse was transformed into an uber-funky disco, for just one night only! The space was decorated to the max for ultimate disco fever, complete with light-up neon #IWANTCHOO signage, and sparkling, shimmering disco balls! Guests fashionably sipped on Annabel's exquisite, signature beverages, including the much-loved Charmed & Dangerous, Golden Twinkle and KOKO Sour. There were DJ sets from Hugo Heathcote, Lady Mary Charteris and Fat Tony, who ensured everyone was dancing in their Choos until daybreak. And an abundance of A–list celebrities attended the event, with some of fashion's biggest names, including Alexa Chung, Amber Le Bon and Lottie Moss among the VIPs.

Alexa Chung wowed in a red and black ensemble 

Surrounded by a plethora of stunning Jimmy Choo designs, model Alexa showed off her laid-back, effortlessly chic ensemble, which consisted of black leather statement trousers, a red knitted cardigan and black, pointed-toe high heels with mesh inserts. Her make-up was typically understated and flawless, with emphasis on flushed rosy cheeks, and clear, fresh skin. She wore her trademark brunette bob in a tousled, relaxed style and smiled happily for photographers.

Lottie Moss was pretty in pink

Lottie, younger sister of iconic supermodel Kate, wore a daring ensemble to the bash, which consisted of a silk slip dress in a subtle, pretty pink shade, which boasted dainty spaghetti straps. She toughened up the look with a black leather jacket and an adorable mini Prada handbag. Both stars posed up a storm for the sea of photographers that were ready and waiting at the prestigious, exclusive event on New Bond Street.

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