Frank Sinatra Party

It is not my first time attending a party organised by Coco London and every time I am surprised by the intricacy of its planning. Live music and a skillful DJ. Cheerful clicks of innumerable cameras greeting you upon arrival. Colourful cocktails flowing freely with the generosity worthy of Old Blue Eyes himself. Gold, silver, red, black, and white decorations reminiscent of the flamboyant lifestyle of old Hollywood.

Yet the glue that holds it all together is the personal charisma of its organiser, Sir Seb, who never fails to create a special atmosphere around the venue that makes every visitor feel as if they are attending a gathering of old friends. You see small groups of people assembling around the room (or two stories full of space, in this case), tittle-tattling on comfy sofas or dancing their heads off in the middle. Laughter and music come from every corner. High heels, red lipstick, and bow-ties galore! I suggest you pour yourself a glass of something bubbly and take a twirl with me around the party.

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