Gwendoline Christine cut a stylish figure as she joined Jarvis Cocker at his photographer girlfriend Kim Sion’s birthday bash in London on Thursday.
The Wednesday actress, 44, looked gorgeous in a double-breasted cream suit for the swanky celebrations at Tramp Private Members’ Club.
Her chic ensemble was tailored to perfection and hugged every inch of her svelte figure.
Opting for a dewey make-up look Gwendoline wore her blonde tresses over one shoulder in loose curls.
She toted a black clutch and appeared to be having a wonderful as she posed for snaps inside the venue.
Style: Gwendoline Christie, 44 (right) looked sensational as she attended photographer Kim Sion’s birthday bash in London on Thursday (pictured with fashionista Jess Morris)
Pucker up: Jarvis Cocker, 59, packed on the PDA with the birthday girl – and girlfriend – during the party
Style: Gwendoline (right) looked gorgeous in a double-breasted cream suit for the swanky celebrations at Tramp Private Members Club (Pictured with Kim Sion, left and Dave Bennett centre)
Meanwhile Pulp frontman Jarvis, 59, packed on the PDA with the birthday girl – and girlfriend – Kim.
He rocked a retro inspired brown suit for the big night which he layered over a crisp shirt and tie.
Jarvis sported his trademark oversized glasses with his brown locks loose while sporting a grey beard.
Photographer Kim, who has shot for Vogue and Vivienne Westwood, slipped into a figure-hugging jumpsuit.
She teamed the polkadot look with a sparkly silver bag and styled her blonde tresses loose as they tumbled past her shoulders.
It comes after Pulp bassist Steve Mackey passed away on January 2 aged 56 after spending 12 weeks in hospital ‘fighting with all his strength’.
Jarvis was seen for the first time since the tragic loss on Wednesday as he went shopping with Kim in West London.
Announcing his death, Steve’s wife Katie wrote on Instagram: ‘After three months in hospital, fighting with all his strength and determination, we are shocked and devastated to have said goodbye to my brilliant, beautiful husband, Steve Mackey.
Party time! Gwendoline (left) appeared to be having a wonderful time and hugged up to birthday girl Kim (right)
Lovebirds: Meanwhile Pulp frontman Jarvis packed on the PDA with the birthday girl – and girlfriend – Kim
Retro style: He rocked a retro inspired brown suit for the big night which he layered over a crisp shirt and tie
Stunner: Photographer Kim (right) who has shot for Vogue and Vivienne Westwood, slipped into a figure-hugging jumpsuit (pictured with pal Jemima Khan)
Hot stuff: Jemima, 49, sent temperatures soaring in a plunging black gown with racy thigh-high split
Steve died today, a loss which has left myself, his son Marley, parents Kath and Paul, sister Michelle and many friends all heartbroken.
‘Steve was the most talented man I have ever known, an exceptional musician, producer, photographer and filmmaker. As in life, he was adored by everyone whose paths he crossed in the multiple creative disciplines he conquered.
‘I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to all the NHS staff who worked tirelessly for Steve. He will be missed beyond words.
‘The family has asked for privacy at this time.’
Model good looks: Jemima (left) posed up a storm alongside model Laura Bailey
Chic: Laura cut a chic figure in an all black ensemble
Hello! Pop star Bobby Gillespie also attended the event (pictured with Kim Sion)
Fun times: The guests danced the night away as they celebrated their friend’s birthday
The news came as a huge shock to fans, coming five months after Steve revealed he wouldn’t be taking part in Pulp’s reunion.
The band had initially been formed in 1978 by a 15-year-old Jarvis and Peter Dalton, then 14.
Steve was asked to join the band in 1989 after following Pulp and befriending Jarvis.
The band’s first album including Mackey, and their third altogether, was called Separations and led to new success throughout the 1990s and they signed with Island Records.
Following the news of his death, Pulp shared a photo of Steve on tour in South America in 2012 and wrote: ‘Our beloved friend & bass player Steve Mackey passed away this morning. Our thoughts are with his family & loved ones.
Celebrations: (L-R) Birthday girl Kim pictured with artist Lorena Lohr
Say cheese: (L-R) Charles Aboah and Camilla Lowther enjoyed the evening
Guest list: (L-R) Emma Woollard, Wild Cat Will and Stefania Rocca
‘This photo of Steve dates from when Pulp were on tour in South America in 2012. We had a day off & Steve suggested we go climbing in the Andes. So we did.
‘It was a completely magical experience. Far more magical than staring at the hotel room wall all day (which is probably what we’d have done otherwise).’
They continued: ‘Steve made things happen. In his life & in the band. & We’d very much like to think that he’s back in those mountains now, on the next stage of his adventure.
‘Safe travels, Steve. We hope to catch up with you one day. All our love.’
Steve married his longtime girlfriend, Katie, in 2009 and welcomed son Marley in 1996.
Bassist: It comes after Pulp frontman Mackey Steve died aged 56 on January 2 (pictured performing at Leeds Festival in 2011)
Heartbroken: Pulp rock band formed in Sheffield in 1978 – Mark Webber, Nick Banks, Jarvis Cocker, Steve Mackey, Candida Doyle L-R 1998
In October, the bassist said he would not be joining this year’s Pulp reunion tour – but did not share he was secretly battling with his health.
The band – Jarvis, Candida Doyle, Nick Banks and Mark Webber – had planned to reform for a second time to play a number of dates across the UK and Ireland.
The tour which kicks off on 26 May stars in Bridlington Spa and includes two festival appearances, at Glasgow’s TRNSMT (7 July) and Latitude (21 July).
In a post shared to Instagram, Steve explained he wouldn’t be joining them.
He said: ‘I’ve decided to continue the work I’m engaged in – music, filmmaking and photography projects, and will not be joining them for these UK shows just announced.
‘Wishing Candy, Nick, Mark and Jarvis the very best with forthcoming performances in the UK and also an enormous thanks to Pulp’s amazing fanbase, many of whom have sent me lovely messages today.’
As a record producer, Steve produced songs and albums by M.I.A., Florence + the Machine, The Long Blondes and Arcade Fire.
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