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Celebrating Orvis

Orvis marked thirty years on the British high street with a party at their flagship London store

 

On the 15th October, America’s oldest mail-order outfitter and fly fishing business Orvis celebrated their thirtieth year on the British high street with a party at their flagship store in London’s Regent Street.

 

Celebrating Orvis - Orvis party, Regent Street, London - 15th October 2015
Adrian Woolford of Orvis UK

Celebrating Orvis - Orvis party, Regent Street, London - 15th October 2015
Ambassador of Mongolia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain Tulga Narkhuu with James Doyle, Christopher Mills and Claire Zambuni of the Zambuni Collective

Celebrating Orvis - Orvis party, Regent Street, London - 15th October 2015
The Folly Brothers – Wes Stanton, Mark Roden and Jonny Roden

Celebrating Orvis - Orvis party, Regent Street, London - 15th October 2015
Matthew Steeples of The Steeple Times with Kevin and Julie Noble of Noble Protection

Celebrating Orvis - Orvis party, Regent Street, London - 15th October 2015
Marina Gibson with Kathryn Fensterstock of the Zambuni Collective

Celebrating Orvis - Orvis party, Regent Street, London - 15th October 2015
London and Yorkshire based artist Lynne Moore and friends

Celebrating Orvis - Orvis party, Regent Street, London - 15th October 2015
Guy Earl and Elliot Thornhill with Laura Bott of the Zambuni Collective; Patrick Tillard and Tobias Gorn of Campbell & Gorn

 

Entertained with live bluegrass music by the Folly Brothers as part of what Adrian Woolford, Orvis UK’s managing director, described as a “nod to [the firm’s] American roots”, guests – invited by the PR supremos the Zambuni Collective – included the Mongolian ambassador Tulga Narkhu, security experts Kevin and Julie Noble, whisky guru Tobias Gorn and talented artist Lynne Moore.

 

 

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