HomeFeatureThe Edeline Lee x Glass London Fashion Week SS19 party at Kadie’s Imogen Clark September 19, 2018 Feature, Glass Party THE Glass Magazine and Edeline Lee concluded London Fashion Week with a party at Kadie’s in Mayfair. Following Edeline Lee’s beautiful SS19 presentation, fashion’s finest arrived for an evening of fun and dancing. Guests were welcomed to the chic and fabulous Kadie’s Mayfair, where celebrities such as Minus Gravity, the American RnB and hip-hop group; Bloom Twins, a pop music duo; Tallia Storm and Kyle James mingled with designers and artists. Set to the tunes of our world-class DJ Harriet Rose and Sara Montrose, the party went well into the early hours as guests enjoyed their exclusive cocktails created with D1 London Gin and Potato Vodka and London Essence Tonic’s. Also in attendance were Tino Kamal, rapper and artist; Tom Burk, British indie rock band, Citizens!; the actor and YouTuber Stevie Ruff; Julius Dein, magician; Lorcan London, music and fashion TV presenter; and Victoria Swarovski, Austrian pop singer. As well as them, Victoria Clay from Britain’s Next Top Model; Kristen Byass and Melissa Zahorujko, The Adelaidian; Charlie Fisher, TV presenter and influencer; Nurce Erben, fashion, beauty and lifestyle blogger; rising star Ben Shashou and Ankit Love the activist, artist, musician and filmmaker enjoyed the party. It was a privilege to have Harriet Rose spin for us and open the Edeline Lee x The Glass Magazine party. Harriet is an acclaimed female DJ and presenter who has performed at the likes of Glastonbury, Lovebox, V Festival and has been labelled as One to Watch for emerging talent. Her career as a presenter has landed her interviews with the likes of Rita Ora and Post Malone – to name a few – as well as presenting on the red carpet at the Mercury awards in 2017. On her Spotify account, Rose has crafted playlists that celebrate the best of RnB and Hip Hop, with a particular focus on the 1990s and noughties era. Her djing follows the same suit with the ultimate club floor anthems. Harriet also hosts her own RnB takeover night at Soho House White City. DJ Harriet Rose. Photograph Phil Smithies Sonia and Anna, the Bloom Twins. Instagram @bloomtwins, Photograph: Toby Shaw Tallia Storm, Instagram, @tallia_storm Photograph: Toby Shaw Tallia Storm, Instagram, @tallia_storm and guest. Photograph: Toby Shaw From left: Amelia Grace, Instagram @ameliagraceswatridge, designer Edeline Lee, Instagram @edelinelee, and Joi Rigall, Instagram @joi.5 Photograph: Toby Shaw On left, model Erica Fletcher with another guest. Photograph: Toby Shaw Charli Fisher, Instagram @charlifisher and guest. Photograph: Toby Shaw Tino Kamal, rapper and artist and Kyle James. Instagram @tinokamal Photograph: Toby Shaw Model Anso Aldis, Instagram @thisisansoaldis Photograph: Toby Shaw Guest at the party. Photograph: Toby Shaw Amelia Grace, Instagram @ameliagraceswatridge and Joi Rigall, Instagram @joi.5 Photograph: Toby Shaw Glass photographer Abigail Jane Winterford. Photograph: Toby Shaw James-Claudè Amaan @jayhines_ Photograph: Toby Shaw From left: Kyung Roh Bannwart, artist, Instagram @saykyung, Roger Michael, Instagram @rogermichael_wm, Edeline Lee, designer, Instagram @edelinelee, Photograph: Toby Shaw Roxanne Morris, Instagram @roxmstylist and guest. Photograph: Toby Shaw Guest at the party. Photograph: Toby Shaw Mel and Kristen, fashion bloggers. Instagram @theadelaidian, with Jamie Neale, Instagram @Instagram @jamienealejn Photograph: Toby Shaw Guests at the party. Photograph: Toby Shaw Our first DJ Harriet Rose, Instagram, @iamharrietrose Photograph: Toby Shaw The party was in partnership with D1 London Gin Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford The party was in partnership with D1 London Gin. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford The party was in partnership with D1 London Gin. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford The party was in partnership with D1 London Gin. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Movement director Jamie Neale and Lily Rimmer, Glass Managing Editor. Instagram @jamienealejn and @lilyrimr Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Lily Potger and Scout. Instagram @m01asses_ and @scott4les. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Baker Lubwama and Wilfrid Obeng. Instagram @chef.bl and @wilfridobeng Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford The dancefloor at Kadie’s. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Model Victoria Clay. Instagram Victoria Clay Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Model Anso Aldis and dancer Tanaya Long. Instagram @thisisansoaldis and @tenaya_long Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Guest at the party. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Guests at the party. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Guests at the party. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Micheal Stringer making cocktails with D1 London Gin . Instagram @blackleafevents Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford The second DJs who played at the night – Tom Burke and Mike Evans. Instagram @haroldyesharold Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford As lead singer of the band Citizens! one of the pair of the second DJs at the party, Tom Burke, has performed all over the world, including live performances at Glastonbury, Latitude, Reading and Leeds, South by Southwest, the Pompidou Centre and Palais De Tokyo. Citizens! have collaborated and toured with Franz Ferdinand, Tame Impala, Charlie XCX, The Roots, Robyn, Mark Ronson and many more. The Guardian wrote that his work is “all, there or thereabouts, fantastic” and “likely to induce widespread street-dancing”. Burke has also directed a range of music videos, including one for the hit single True Romance, which won the 2013 Fubiz Award for Best Music Video. Burke has been invited to produce live events for numerous fashion brands, including Hedi Slimane at Saint Laurent, and has collaborated with visual artists High 5 Collective, We Are from LA and Megaforce, who have gone on to work with Frank Ocean, The Weekend, Rihanna, Madonna and Pharell Williams. Burke now releases music and performs as Harold @haroldyesharold and collaborates with musicians of varying genres including rapper Rejjie Snow and French House pioneer Etienne De Crecy. Guest at the party. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Melody Lulu Briggs from Hive Model Management. Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford The band Minus Gravity. Instagram @minusgravity Photograph: Abigail Jane Winterford Closing the party with the best of House and Tech music was Sara Montrose, Italian-born Sara moved to London 16 years ago when she met a world-wide famous Belgian Dj/producer named Martjin Ten Velden, who introduced the former fashion consultant to her first djng steps with a pair of Technics turntables and some old school vinyls. Today, she has proudly become one of the most active female DJs in the London clubbing scene over the last 11 years, playing from east to west-end at some of the best clubs – The Cross, Embassy Mayfair, The Box Soho, Vendome, Kingly Club to name a few. She now spins at her own party in the New York loft style club Shoreditch Platform. Her DJ-sets are tailor-made on the spot, a mix of Detroit, old school House, Deep and Tech House, a journey of fun and happiness that she creates no matter what … listen to her once and you will definitely be under her spell. Sara Montrose. Photograph: Rankin, Essie UK by Imogen Clark A huge thank you to our sponsors D1 London Gin and Vodka, London Essence Tonics and I Am Rockstar. Glass x Edeline Lee photographs by Abigail Jane Winterford. Instagram: @abigailwinterford and Toby Shaw Instagram: @tobyshawphoto Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.