Vogue 100 Celebrity Dinner Party

Dame Joan Collins lead the way as a who’s who in fashion came together to celebrate 100 years of Vogue Magazine at their anniversary
gala dinner held at The East Albert Lawn in Kensington Gardens in
London.

The actress, who wore a gold sequin dress, was celebrating her 83rd birthday so raised a glass to herself as well as the magazine.

The glitzy affair was the first of its kind and celebrated some of the most iconic images from the pages of the magazine including Princess Diana posing in a tiara for Mario Testino in the 90s, Kate Moss as David Bowie and the original cover from when the magazine launched in 1916 during World War One.

The works of Cecil Beaton, Irving Penn, David Bailey, Herb Ritts and Corinne Day all appeared in the display.

 

Vogue veteran cover star, Kate Moss was determined to live up to her party girl reputation and headed straight to the afterparty at Tramps Private Members Club.

The model, 42, was forced to call it a night when her Alexander McQueen sheer sequin dress ripped at the seams.

Celebrities including Demi Moore, Twiggy, Damian Lewis and Claudia Schiffer were out in force to toast the big birthday.

Iconic designers Miuccia
Prada, Giorgio Armani, Johnny Coca and Roksanda Ilincic were also in attendance.

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini left her One Direction boyfriend, Liam Payne at home as she stepped out on the red carpet with a daring new look.

The former X Factor judge teamed an off-the-shoulder black dress with Jimmy Choo thigh-high latex boots and a dark lipstick.

Make-up artist, Charlotte Tilbury interviewed reality star, Kim Kardashian as part of a Q and A segment of the night.

Alexa Chung wore a vintage Prada gold strappy dress and posed alongside pals Daisy Lowe and Pixie Geldof.

Vogue, which is celebrating its cententary has hosted a string of events, festivals and celebratory issues to commemorate the anniversary. The Duchess of Cambridge,
Kate Middleton, is currently this month’s cover star but didn’t attend the dinner.