Champagne brand Moët & Chandon is staging its "Summer house" activation, which brings together fashion, film, food and music to reflect the glamour of the brand and celebrate London's diversity.
The event, taking place over three days, will feature live sets from London DJs, brunches with readings from actor Russell Tovey, dishes from chefs Jason Atherton and Isaac Carew, and photography workshops with Anna Barnett.
Champagne cocktails will be served across the three days, while a "Mini Moët ciné club" will celebrate the brand's place in classic Hollywood films. Comedian Katherine Ryan will host Moët’s "Friday night live" comedy night.
From a fashion point of view, guests can indulge in the backstage experience, offering them the chance to create a day look and transform this for the evening. Givenchy and Acqua di Parma will provide beauty and grooming tips.
"Summer house" is taking place during 7-9 June in London, the activation is being delivered by Mission.