The worlds of fashion, sport and fuzzy green felt collided at a party attended by Rita Ora, Lewis Hamilton and Kermit the Frog in London last night.
Hamilton and Ora joined Brazilian footballer Neymar and socialite Fran Cutler at the Love Magazine for Miu Miu party at Loulou’s club in Mayfair.
Cara Delevingne, Halle Berry and Jazzy De Lisser and models Gigi Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, Jourdan Dunn and Winnie Harlow rubbed shoulders with Miss Piggy and Kermit at the star-studded galactic disco-themed event.
Across town in what was one of the busiest nights of London Fashion Week, the Julien Macdonald show took place with Amanda Holden and her daughter Lexi in the front row.
The designer last night called for fashion to be more diverse, and believes social media stars like Harlow are the future of the catwalk.
He told the Standard: “I think fashion needs to change. Fashion used to mean being on the cover of a magazine, but that has changed. Magazines and publishing houses are scared because it’s not about a photograph on a page, it’s about a photo on a screen.”
Speaking at his after-show party, sponsored by Ciroq vodka, he added: “Winnie represents a woman of the world. She’s beautiful, she’s strong, she’s confident.”
Macdonald also defended his unusual collaboration with fast-food giant McDonald’s, insisting “I’m no snob.”
The designer raised eyebrows last month when he unveiled his new luxury burger box, with 1,000 of his diamante-studded creations being made.
He said: “My gran goes to McDonald’s every Friday for a treat, so if it is good enough for her, it’s good enough for me. I am quite partial to a Big Mac myself. I am not a fashion snob.”