Alice Temperley and Disney create a real-life Alice In Wonderland for London Fashion Week

Posted by Dean Piper On February 24th, 2010

I love a party. But after nine consecutive nights out on the trot for London Fashion Week I was barely able to keep my eyes open as I arrived at fashion designer Alice Temperley’s amazing bash. Fortunately it was pretty much the one and only party during the week that’s been truly fun! It was a full on bash with no expense spared and a celebrity guestlist that made a lot of the post-fashion show bashes look hugely inferior. It also made me immediately wake up with the incredible decor!

Trinny Woodall and Slash

A neon sign pointed to the entrance of the party – a cloth lined ‘rabbit hole’ that you had to literally climb through. Inside waiters dressed in the style of the Mad Hatter served fruit punch and champers while magicians kept you entertained. Emilia Fox was first to arrive, Trinny Woodall turned out accompanied by Guns n’ Roses guitarist Slash (above), Alice Dellal span the tunes and Jade Jagger continued to party hard at Fashion Week. The real highlight was Courtney Love – pictured below with Miss Temperley – who got up and sang two songs as a surprise for the crazily dressed crowd.

Courtney Love & Alice Temperley

Disney and Selfridges have now created five windows in the store on Oxford Street recreating the magic of the new Tim Burton film. Featuring loads of Temperley and Stella McCartney goodies. Go check it out now! It’s quite something.

2 Responses to “Alice Temperley and Disney create a real-life Alice In Wonderland for London Fashion Week”

  1. alice in wonderland illustrations Says:

    I never thought Burton could make another film as hopelessly bland as Planet of the Apes but here it is. Save your money and either watch one of his early classics or simply watch the 1951 Disney classic again: It’s shorter, it’s funnier, and it’s infinitely trippier.

  2. Herb Aharonof Says:

    Informative and Entertaining! I’ve added your website to my “reading material”. Keep on writing!

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