Luxury watch brand Raymond Weil hosted a pre-Brit Awards dinner at Mosaica on January 26, hosted by singer–songwriter and producer Labrinth.
The Mosaica restaurant in Wood Green, north London, is co-owned by Labrinth, who has fast risen into prominence in the UK.
Eighty VIPs attended the dinner, including some of the UK’s best musical talents and previous Brit Award winners.
Head chef Steve Goode created a traditional British menu with bespoke cocktails, while Labrinth, Kyra, Bluey Robinson and Etta Bond performed live.
Other celebrities in attendance included Tinie Tempah, Ed Sheeran, Plan B, Emeli Sande, Rizzle Kicks, Wretch 32, Tinchy Stryder, Little Mix, Misha B, Alexandra Burke, Mz Bratt, Dudley O’Shaughnessy, Parade, Yasmin, Suki Waterhouse, Clara Paget, Maverick Sabre, Ozwald Boateng, Parade, Tali Lennox, Mr Hudson, Yogi, Jourdan Dunn, Sophie Sumner, Bip Ling, Miles Kane, Gary Numan, Delilah, Chipmunk, Devlin, Cover Drive and Sunday Girl.
Although Raymond Weil now marks its ﬁfth year of supporting the Brit Awards, and has created ﬁve special-edition watches to mark the occasions, the Thursday night event was the ﬁrst pre-award dinner, according to Raymond Weil director Pierre Bernheim.