Saturday, 21 March 2009

Celebrity Haunts : Kate Moss's 4 Day bender

Kate Moss has been on a legendary bender this week that would put many a younger celeb to shame.

Partying through till dawn four days in a row is not for the faint-hearted, so where does a super-model and her super-model's entourage party these days in London. With Google's new gizmo we track the half-eaten canapes, the flutes of Cristal and shots of Vodka left by Kate's party trail as they blitzed through London's party hotspots.

Monday night (Annabels)
The week kicked off at Annabels the private club in Mayfair where Top Shop boss and retail magnate Phillip Green was celebrating his 57th birthday. Kate Moss who designs a clothing collection for Phillip Green's flagship Top Shop was there to add some glamour.

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Tuesday night (Shoreditch House)
Another day, another birthday this time it was for fashion designer Alexander McQueen, who celebrating his 40th. The venue was the Shoreditch House on Ebor Street, unassuming on the outside, extremely luxurious on the inside.

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Wednesday night (Garrads Jewellers, Albermale Street)
It was the Mummy Rocks charity event held in support of the Great Ormond Children's hospital and hosted by Garrard Jewellers who sponsored the event. The event was hosted at Garrard's flagship store on Albermale Street off Picadilly and close to New Bond Street and Kate mingled with a host of other celebs including Sadie Frost and Orlando Bloom.

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Thursday night (Volstead Night Club, Swallow Street)
The final night of the four-day bender was the launch party for PlayStation3 game, Singstar Queen at the Volstead Night Club, off Regent Street. Was Kate flagging? No way she was not slacking after getting so far, she partied through to Friday morning.

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