Diesel, The Serpentine Gallery and Silencio join forces to throw a garden party to remember.
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Where? The Herzog & De Meuron and Ai Weiwei designed pavilion at The Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park. Read all about the pavilion here.
What? Performances from The Kills and Chicago duo Wild Belle scared off any impending storms and the glittering guests saw in the night dancing to the sounds of Brodinski and Trevor Jackson. The party was the joint brainchild of Diesel founder Renzo Rosso and the David Lynch designed, Parisian haunt, Silencio.
Why? Future Contemporaries was founded by The Serpentine Gallery in 2007 with th aim of encouraging philanthropists and art collectors under the age of 40. Rewarding their generosity and support, the Serpentine runs a series of special events aimed at nurture a relationship between investors and the contemporary art world.
Who? Dinos Chapman, Noel Fielding, Nichola Kirkwood, Terry and Tricia Jones, Amber Le Bon, Tali Lennox, Kate Moss, Alison Mosshart, Liberty Ross, Renzo Rosso, Holly Shackleton, Louie Spence, Harry Styles, Edward Tang, Mario Testino, Aitor Throup, Ellen von Unwerth, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Suki Waterhouse; Sarah, Duchess of York.
Photography and film: Courtesy Diesel
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