We’ve managed to get a bit more on Labrinth’s pre-Brit party earlier this week, hosted at the singer–songwriter and producer’s restaurant, Mosaica, in Wood Green in London. As with 2012’s party, Raymond Weil sponsored the event, this year honouring War Child, an independent charity helping children and young people affected by armed conflict.
Last year’s event, also covered in Lucire, was a success for both Raymond Weil and Labrinth.
This year, War Child, which has helped 800,000 children in war-torn countries, will receive the inaugural Special Recognition Award at the Brit Awards’ ceremony. The charity celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
The unofficial pre-Brit Awards’ dinner saw 120 guests, 50 per cent more than in 2012. Guests this year included Conor Maynard, Wretch 32, Alexandra Burke, Sway, Laura Mvula, Daley, George the Poet, Dot Rotten, Suki Waterhouse, Angel, Gabrielle Aplin, James Arthur, Etta Bond, V. V. Brown, Stooshe, Chipmunk, Delilah, JLS, J. B. Gill, Jake Gosling, Liam Payne and Louis Thomlinson (of One Direction), Tali Lennox, the Temper Trap, Zara Martin, Raf Riley, Yasmin and Chris Loco.