Wednesday, 10 July 2013

A GOLDEN ALLIGATOR BY PAUL FRYER TO HELP BUY ELEPHANT TRAILS.

There are so many beautiful creatures on this earth that need space to live. As we, the human, become more and more demanding, animals have fewer places to hide, create their own lives and contribute to planet earth remaining ravishing.  The brilliant Mark Shand has been fighting for Elephants most of his life, and in turn, his charity helps other animals. Last night, he gave an incredible ball between Clarence House and Lancaster House. A rare glimpse of HRH Prince Charles and Camilla, Mark's sister,  was all that was needed to add to the glamour. Mark promised it would be the ball of all balls.
POPPY DELEVIGNE I THINK?

Tied up with my own world I had missed the excitement of choosing a stunning mask at Selfridges. Designers like Von Furstenburg made the evening truly  out of A midsummer night's dream, glorious feathers, exquisite designs were everywhere.
THE RAVISHING ALIYA MODI
I was lucky enough to spend some of the evening on a bench watching everything talking to the charming Peregrine Eliot and Jerry Hall.  I felt like we were the royal family. Sitting amongst herbaceous borders we watched Cara and Poppy Delevigne, photographed in the late afternoon sun.
Stunning art was donated amongst them a golden snake/alligator by Paul Fryer. Despite a huge attendance, and the very rich, some wonderful pieces were not fully appreciated.
I love art auctions, it is the best way to give to charity.
This charity is so important, without animals the world would be a sorry place to live.

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