Samantha Cameron, Mario Testino and Natalie Massenet were among the Sotheby's guests last night
The cream of the fashion world turned out in its finery at Sotheby’s last night for our London Uprising book launch. Among the guests were host Natalie Massenet CBE, the founder of Net a Porter, Samantha Cameron, Mario Testino, Christopher Bailey, Henry Holland, Mary McCartney, Alexandra Shulman OBE, Sharleen Spiteri and Yasmin and Amber Le Bon.
Sharleen Spiteri and Mary McCartney at Sotheby's last night
Nicholas Coleridge and Lady Violet Manners (Picture credit: @laraarnottphotography)
Samantha Cameron and Natalie Massenet CBE (Picture credit: @laraarnottphotography)
Mario Testino and London Uprising co-author Tania Fares
Yasmin and Amber Le Bon (Picture credit: @laraarnottphotography)
The Queen (and Julian Opie) couldn't attend but were there in spirit (Picture credit: @laraarnottphotography)
There were also a lot of people taking pictures (Picture credit: @laraarnottphotography)
Who was wearing what was the question on everyone's lips (Picture credit: @laraarnottphotography)
Henry Holland at Sotheby's last night
Everyone got into the spirit! (Picture credit: @laraarnottphotography)
Matthew Williamson's business director Rosanna Falconer gave us a twirl! (Picture credit: @laraarnottphotography)
Guests mingled among the Zaha Hadid sculptures and Damien Hirst paintings and the odd Sottsass structure. The authors of our book Tania Fares and Sarah Mower gave a speech thanking the assembled for all they had done to make the London fashion scene the best in the world. More on that in our next story. For now enjoy some of the pictures - we’ll be adding more as they arrive on our facebook and instagram throughout the day.
Sarah Mower MBE Natalie Massenet MBE and Tania Fares at Sotheby's last night
Alain de Botton at Sotheby's last night
Samantha Cameron leaves Sotheby's with her copy of London Uprising
Look who else came. . .
Yasmin Le Bon
Doina Ciobanu - everyone looked their best!
As well as big name designers there were plenty of models too