Grey Goose has become known for its spectacular events worldwide, and this year's Grey Goose Character & Cocktails goes down as one of the best to-date.
Guests of the event experienced one of the most visually stunning and remarkable social events in the Grey Goose calendar, made only more memorable with a rare live performance by Sir Elton John who sang his hits Tiny Dancer, I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues, When Love Is Dying and the song that got everyone to their feet dancing - I'm Still Standing.
Walking up the red, white and blue carpet that paid homage to the French flag and through a projection of Buckingham Palace guarded by Creative Director Gaultier's interpretation of The Queen's Guards, guests entered an extraordinary spectacle that combined some of the most iconic Gaultier visuals with classic Parisian and futuristic imagery.
Guests included Jean Paul Gaultier, Creative Director for Grey Goose Character & Cocktails arriving, model Erin O'Connor, model Daisy Lowe who came with boyfriend Matt Smith (Dr. Who), Liz Hurley, James Blunt, Daisy Lowe and actress Gemma Arterton who arrived wearing a vintage cocktail dress from Lily Allen's vintage shop "Lucy in Disguise".
Róisín Murphy played a 1-hour DJ set to kick off the post-dinner cocktails.