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Last Night in London: Kate Moss and Edward Enninful raise their glasses to iD Magazine

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The perfect cinema

Bimini Bon Boulash

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The Bastille : Katie Grand’s Perfect magazine threw a naughty party to toast the films made during the making of the latest issue. After the kisses at the Everyman cinema in Baker Street, it was popcorn time, as guests watched clips cut with commentary from ES Magazine editor Ben Cobb.

The crowd: A new face, Lennon Gallagher, joined British drag race star Bimini Bon Boulash, who arrived with a new beat, while new London designers Harris Reed, Miss Sohee and Jawara Alleyne gathered for a debrief.

Lennon Gallagher and Isobel Richmond

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The looks:Iris Law looked sparkling clean in a hand sanitizer print Purcell t-shirt which she dressed with a geometric scarf and a beaded clip that dangled across the forehead. Bimini was usually striking in a heart leopard print coat with towering patent platforms while Kesewa Aboah was the cool girl in a polished leather jacket and Adidas trainers.

iris law

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The truth : After popping a few slices of pizza, the group were ushered into the cozy cinema where Grand gave a short speech and the movie continued. Highlights included front-row access to the star-studded spectacle of Gucci Hollywood Boulevard – and a model shoving metal balls down her throat before regurgitating them. Yum!

feel forty

Edward Enninful and Kate Moss

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The Bastille : The start of iD Magazine’s nostalgia festival celebrating 40 years in business kicked off with editor Alastair McKimm providing a cozy drink and dinner at Dover Street Market, where champagnes clinked near the new book of iD Magazine. archive WINK + SMILE! The first forty years.

The crowd:Kate Moss led the pack to a candlelit supper in the Rose Bakery upstairs from the superstore, before hooking up with Vogue’s Edward Enninful. Elsewhere, Jamie Morgan, the photographer behind some of iD’s most famous snaps, rubbed shoulders with artist and idol Blondey McCoy and British beauty Fran Summers.

Blondey McCoy

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The looks: Outlandish performance artist and DJ Chadd Curry (aka Dahc Dermur Vlll) made a strong case for the extreme, serving up cutting-edge club kid gothcore in a bright red look that blossomed into a statement necklace, and was worn with a pointed pointed neck brace. Simone Rocha instead kept it classic in her own lace design, while Moss paired her dark denim with a tuxedo jacket and patent peep-toe Louboutins.

Chadd Curry

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The truth : McKimm began his speech by thanking Enninful, who at 18 had become iD’s fashion director – the youngest ever for an international magazine. “He met me when I was fresh out of college, 20, fresh off the boat,” McKimm said. After came a flood of tasty plates, tasted on hearty souvenirs.

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