Tommy Hilfiger and Esquire Party: Daisy Lowe, Victoria Pendelton, Matt Smith (Pictures)08 January 2013
Err...what happened to Daisy Lowe at the Tommy Hilfiger and Esquire after-party held at The Zetter Townhouse in London on Monday (January 7, 2013)? Wearing a classic leather jacket, floral print top and biker boots, the model looked a little confused and appeared to be acting strangely. Perhaps she was just a little excited (or nervous) to run into her ex-boyfriend Matt Smith, who was also in attendance. Nevertheless, Daisy, 23, tried out her skills at entertaining the star-studded crowd on the decks before carrying on partying with her fellow celebrities.
The Doctor himself was looking pretty dapper in a long winter coat, paisley scarf, black trousers and heavy boots. His close friend Benedict Cumberbatch also attended the bash, as did Rolling Stones star Ronnie Wood and his new wife Sally Humphreys. The couple tied the knot two-weeks ago in a ceremony at London's Dorchester Hotel. Sally, 34, beamed with delight as she arrived on the arm of her 65-year-old husband wearing a cream dress and glittery heels. Elsewhere, the omnipresent Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw decided on a night on the tiles despite his early morning wake-up call, and was pictured with Kate Moss' rocker husband Jamie Hince. Grimshaw opted for a well-tailored suit, though looked in need of a serious haircut.
The best outfits on show for the evening included Olympian Victoria Pendelton's understated black ensemble and Jeremy Piven's classic look. We're tipping the Mr Selfridge actor to appear in most of 2013's Best Dressed lists. On Monday, he opted for a slick navy suit with white shirt, brown belt, brown brogues and thick rimmed glasses. The American star plays the charismatic Harry Gordon Selfridge in ITV's new period drama about the founder of Britain's best known department store.
Esquire themselves described the bash as "the hottest party in town," claiming it played host to A-list celebrities and "a host of the fashion world's finest journalists, who quaffed Belvedere cocktails and Moet champagne."