International Multi Media Event at Baku London

Baku London is the new sophisticated spot conveniently located at 164 - 165 Sloane Street SW1X 9QB. The discreet exterior hides a very elegant interior with an Azerbaijani restaurant whose head chef is pluri awarded King Dey and a club perfect to relax in style surrounded by art while listening to music.
This is Cellar 164 where for a night a multi media event has been hosted mixing an art exhibition with a live performance and music spun by a great DJ. Media and fashion consultant Stephen Mahoney curated this event with his usual and effortless style. No need to say that the guest list comprised  several celebrities.
Eleni Gagoushi held a private view during the night exhibiting her new works of abstract paintings. I love Eleni's creations, they are so colourful and dreamalike. Rock royalty own Eleni Gagoushi 's works, I could see some of her paintings become a cd cover.
Zena Kitt gave a live performance singing pieces from her new album. Her beautiful style and her great voice captured the attention of the guests who enjoyed her three mood sets during the evening switching from lounge, to rock , to soul, to jazz and dance. A real talent.
DJ Albert de Paname flown especially from Paris for this evening and he kept the guests dancing until the small hours with his selection of fantastic music ranging from classic disco, to modern latin dance. I could have danced all night.
When art is concerned  conceptual artist Pandemonia is always attending in order to meet and exchange opinions with the host. In this case Eleni and Pandemonia had a chat while Snowy has been cuddled as usual by all the guests in the room.
Fashion designer Nico Didonna was among the guests, together with his two lovely assistants, all kitted out in Nico Didonna's . With him Stephen Mahoney holding that gorgeous bag of his by Ethan K. Perfect evening, great place and a guest list that could have been an issue of Hello magazine.


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