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An Evening of Feline Spirits

Jewellery brand Chavín hosts drinks reception to celebrate “An Evening of Feline Spirits” at the Embassy of Peru in, London

 

On 27th January, Simon Ogilvie-Harris of the jewellery brand Chavín hosted a reception at the Embassy of Peru in Sloane Street, Knightsbridge with the support of Gael Dantec of Citreola Cellars.

 

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Songwriter Bill Martin MBE shares a joke with businessman Larry Lugg

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Theatre producer and actress Denise Silvey with her actor husband Graham Seed

 

Guests enjoyed Peruvian canapés by Joudie Kalla’s Baity Kitchen Catering company and got to see models Jade Farmiloe and Chantelle Pidgley model the brand’s new fine jewellery collection.

 

Guests at the event numbered round the world sailor Tracy Edwards MBE, restaurateurs The Hon. Christopher Gilmour and Peter Godwin and financiers and philanthropists Alan and Gina Miller. Unanticipated arrivals who somehow also slipped in included party loving sorts Denis Doble and David Pun. Unsurprisingly, both keenly made a beeline for the gift bags.

 

Amongst other invited guests enjoying Citreola Cellars’ Chateau Les Trios Manoirs Médoc and Domaine Roger and Didier Raimbault’s Sancerre were journalist Henry Deedes, former The Archers actor Graham Seed and renowned photographer John Stoddart.

 

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Soprano Natalie Coyle and round the world sailor Tracy Edwards MBE with Chavín’s Simon Ogilvie Harris and culinary expert Mehdino Sekelli

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Riadh Abdelouahad and Heimir Helgason

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Renowned photographer John Stoddart, businesswoman Alexandra Naylor and ‘The Steeple Times’s’ Matthew Steeples

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Blake singer Humphrey Berney and ‘The Steeples Times’s’ Claire Rubinstein

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Aviation expert Anthony Brown and financier and philanthropist Gina Miller and Chavín’s Sheila Ogilvie

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Actress and producer Alexa Jago with financier Alan Miller

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Natalie Coyle, Karen Davis, Matthew Steeples and Suzie Cooke and Farzin Pourmokhtar and Atousa Jam

Chavín Evening of Feline Spirits
Party loving people Denis Doble and David Pun put in unexpected appearances

 

All photographs by David Kerr.

 

 

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