Chavin hosts party at Peruvian Embassy

Socialites gather to raise funds for SOS Children’s Villages.

Chavin founder and chief executive Simon Ogilvie-Harris gathered an elite group of guests together on January 27 at the Peruvian Embassy in London to raise funds for the jewellery brand’s charity partner SOS Children’s Villages.

Money was raised through the sale of tickets to Cirque du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall, while guests dined on Peruvian canapés and drank fine French wine donated by Citreola Cellars.

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The guest list included music stars Bill Martin MBE and Natalie Coyle, actors Alexa Jago and Graham Seed, restaurateurs Peter Goodwin and Christopher Gilmour, and socialites Basia Brigs and Eva Harold.

Models Chantelle Pidgley and Jade Farmiloe were at the party dressed in Chavin Couture Private Collection, a newly released line of fine diamond jewellery from the ethically minded brand. Its Feline Spirit collections were also on display.

To see a gallery of images from the evening, click here.






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