SEE Mzansi celebs at Moët Impérial’s 150th anniversary.
Famous Champagne house Moët & Chandon hosted its annual Moët & Chandon Grand Day, a sparkling global celebration which saw friends of the brand raise their glasses toasting to the 150th anniversary of Moët & Chandon Impérial.
Johannesburg celebrated in style, with a glittering star-studded event hosted at the iconic Michelangelo hotel.
South Africa added its special touch to proceedings by presenting a themed celebration of a contemporary reinterpretation of New York City’s 70s glitz and glamorous discos.
As one of the most sought-after invitations of the year, Moët & Chandon hosted a glamorous crowd of Johannesburg’s glitterati with guests including Boity Thulo, Maps Maponyane, Jessica Nkosi, Kelly Khumalo, Khanya Mkangisa and Thembi Seete all donned their perfectly themed outfits.
GQ’s Editor, Yati Khumalo, awarded most glamorous female to Tshepi Vundla in a dazzling silver sequin outfit, with Mandla Mngomezulu taking best dressed male in a leopard print suit designed by Paledi Segapo.
Guests were invited to celebrate their own iconic #MoetMoment with a stylish miniature bottle of the alluring signature Moët Impérial thanks to Africa’s first Moët Mini machine.
A champagne pyramid – a signature symbol of the House – dazzling disco balls and perfectly themed décor set the tone for an evening of grand celebration.
Celebrity guests took to the dancefloor to enjoy an upbeat set by DJ PH; as a gold 6 litre illuminated Moët & Chandon Jeroboam was uncorked and served on the dancefloor, another sparkling moment in an evening of overflowing and festive generosity.
Guests joined in a spirited countdown to the connected group toast as gold confetti rained down from the ceiling, a true Moët Moment which sealed the celebratory tone for this magical evening.