Jodie Kidd, 42, wows in a blue velvet co-ord as she parties the night away at The Fitzdares Club’s birthday bash
She’s long been known for her chic looks.
And Jodie Kidd certainly wowed in a deep blue velvet co-ord as she attended the first birthday party of The Fitzdares Club in Mayfair on Wednesday.
The model, 42, cut a glamorous figure in the pyjama-inspired two-piece as she showed off her darts skills by taking on World Champion Gerwyn Price at the anniversary party.
Vamping it up: Jodie Kidd, 42, wowed in a deep blue velvet co-ord as she attended the first birthday party of The Fitzdares Club in Mayfair on Wednesday
Jodie highlighted her svelte physique in the sophisticated blue velvet blouse and matching trousers and pointed-toe heels.
The fashion star exuded sophistication as she played a game of darts at the private club to celebrate its first birthday.
Jodie was joined at the party by the glamorous ‘Princess Of Soho’ India Rose James, who is the granddaughter of porn and property mogul Paul Raymond.
Dressed to impress: The model cut a glamorous figure in the pyjama-inspired two-piece
Having fun? The fashion star exuded sophistication as she played a game of darts at the private club to celebrate its first birthday
India flashed a glimpse of her toned tummy in black checked co-ord teamed with a cropped pale pink cardigan.
On the night, guests enjoyed an evening of darts at the Fitzdares Club, hosted by Sky Sports presenter, Emma Paton who took questions from the crowd for the professional darts players Devon Petersen, Wayne Mardle, Gerwyn Price and Sarah Milkowski.
Guests watched the professionals in action before being invited to join in a game themselves.
Stylish: Jodie was joined at the party by the glamorous ‘Princess Of Soho’ India Rose James, who is the granddaughter of porn and property mogul Paul Raymond
Jodie was one of the first VIPs to volunteer to take on World Champion, Gerwyn Prices at the darts board, whilst Will Woodhams, Fitzdares CEO played Devon Petersen for a £1,000 prize given to the winner’s charity of choice.
Throughout the course of the evening, guests were treated to a selection of delicious canapés including wild mushroom on toast and quail egg, Gravlax salmon and guacamole on a sourdough crumpet with Exmore caviar and Scotch egg with apple ketchup.
Guests celebrated the brand’s first permanent private members’ club in the heart of Mayfair, a stones’ throw from Claridge’s, spread over two beautifully decorated floors.
There is a restaurant, bar, two private dining rooms and a dedicated Racing Room, with nine state-of-the-art TVs showing live sport every day of the week.
Jodie has been running the Half Moon pub in Kirdford, West Sussex, since 2017.
She has recently launched a new campaign with organisation Long Live The Local to support small pubs and breweries.
Pose it up: Lou Teasdale and Patrick Gibson were also in attendance for the swanky club’s birthday celebration
She took to Instagram in July, explaining: ‘I am very excited to launch a new campaign with @longlivelocal championing the vital role pubs play in the heart of communities in the UK.
‘The pub has long been a place to find that special connection; to fall in love, find a mentor or reconnect with long-lost friends.
She continued: ‘To celebrate these stories, Long Live The Local has renamed the Rose & Crown in Clapham Common to the Rose & Rory in honour of this couple who met there two years ago.
‘Brits rely on pubs to provide a warm, comforting and welcoming space to socialise. We can’t take them for granted so to help support our pubs and breweries thrive, head to the link in bio.’
Exciting: Guests celebrated the brand’s first permanent private members’ club in the heart of Mayfair, a stones’ throw from Claridge’s, spread over two beautifully decorated floors