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The Elton John AIDS Foundation and Tateossian join forces

On Sunday 14th June 2015, British jewellery brand Tateossian and The Elton John AIDS Foundation celebrated London Collection: Men with an exclusive party held at the legendary Ronnie Scotts.
Robert Tateossian and David Furnish welcomed international fashion press, celebrity friends and the ‘movers & shakers’ responsible for the rich plethora of fashion being showcased at this year’s London Collections: Men. Guests included ddesigners Dean and Dan Caten of DSQUARED2, GQ Editor Dylan Jones, British Fashion Council Caroline Rush, Diana Vickers, Leah Weller, Louis Smith & Lucy Mecklenburgh, Ozwald Boateng, Roxie Nafousi and Samantha Barks to name a few…
Stars from film, fashion and music arrived in droves at London’s famous jazz club Ronnie Scotts, located in the heart of Soho, to celebrate the 25th year anniversary of Tateossian and exclusively preview the capsule collection PILLXXV crafted especially for The Elton John’s AIDS Foundation, proceeds from which will go towards the Foundation’s vision of creating an AIDS free future.
“For millions of people living with HIV around the world, a pill means not only one more day of life, but also a better life… every day. Tateossian’s PILL XXV range is a beautiful way to make that difference for people around the world.” 
David Furnish, Chairman, Elton John AIDS Foundation
“Collaborating with the Elton John Foundation and designing the Pill Project for such a worthwhile cause is the perfect way to celebrate our 25 year anniversary.” 
Robert Tateossian, Founder, Tateossian
Guest enjoyed a menu of mini fish pie, lemongrass and garlic chicken kebabs, mini beef burgers and asparagus wrapped in parma ham followed by bespoke Grey Goose cocktails as well as the signature Grey Goose Le Fizz.  Maverick Sabre entertained guests with a 40 minute set and exclusive preview of his new album.
The PILLXXV collection will be exclusively sold at Selfridges from 19th July and on MRPORTER.COM from September.

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