Two Pixies (Geldof and Lott), one Osbourne (Kelly) and three dapper Ferrys nibbled burrata as they circulated between the bars and watched Sunday Girls acoustic set. Then Naomi Campbell arrived, and the only place anyone wanted to be was the smoking balcony.
Observing the scene, Domenico Dolce couldnt stop smiling.
I love it a lot because it's full of the beautiful people, he told us. Young, British, exciting, creative people. Nice-looking. Its like food for my eyes.
Held in Nets improbably slick offices (monochromatic, sculptural desk lamps, zero crumbs), the party feted Dolce & Gabbanas arrival onto the e-tailers virtual shelves. There was a photo-room complete with vintage Vespas for posing purposes, plenty of Martini Gold, and double-air-kisses galore. But on this most Italian of evenings, talk turned to the newest member of the British royal family.
I love her! Dolce said of the Duchess of Cambridge. When she married, I was on holiday in the Caribbean, and I woke up to look at the wedding.... I love William. Hes cool, educated, sophisticated, very royalthis is the new example for all the world.