The Hardlyeverwornit.com Event at Mortons private members club
Berkely Square Mayfair.
The Hardlyeverwornit.com Event at Mortons private members club, Berkely Square Mayfair.
London's 1st Christmas party of the year.
Guests were greeted with Champagne, cocktails and delicious canapťs to enjoy a wonderful evening with a chance to Christmas shop from our top selection of hardlyeverwornit.coms items.
The raffle prizes included;
Sienna Millers signed photo graph and her Rag & Bone hat.
Nicola Adams 1st female boxer to win Olympic Gold 2012, her signed boxing gloves.
Magnum bottle of Vintage wine- Moulin a Vent 2012 Chateau des Jacques
Blue Tigers' helicopter flight and 3 course meal at Amberley Castle
Simon Stuart (director of Charles Burnand home furnishings) to decorate your christmas tree with his decorations and a magnum of Champagne.
A Diamond ring - Karl Karter jewellery
Notes to Editors:
Brainchild of Sharon Wolter-Ferguson, Hardlyeverwornit.com is a dedicated online portal for men and women from around the world to buy and sell pre-owned designer items for themselves or their children. Based in central London and Monaco, Sharon runs the business along with her dedicated team including her two daughters, Natalya and Tatiana.
About Mortonís Private Members Club
Mortonís Private Members Club has been at the centre of Mayfairís vibrant social scene for the past 35 years. Built in 1823 and once the private residence of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Grade II listed building overlooks the length of Berkeley Square, arguably one of the most striking views in London. Since 2002 it has been owned by Marlon Abela Restaurant Corporation (MARC Ltd) and in 2009 enjoyed an impressive refurbishment. The stunning building boasts a fine-dining restaurant with balconies over-looking the square, a private memberís cocktail bar, relaxing 2nd floor lounge room, and the lively night club. With an impressive list of discerning and VIP members from a multitude of industries including fashion, property, art and finance, it is little wonder that Mortonís is considered the heartbeat of Mayfair.
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