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Seen @ Launch of Vertu Revolution Constellation in London
By SENATUS Editor | 3 October 2013

Vertu celebrated the highly anticipated launch of its latest handset, the new Constellation, in London last night. Friends of the brand gathered for the evening to discover the new device at the magnificent One Mayfair. Guests were welcomed in to an extraordinary evening, in a fantasy landscape echoing the English countryside, the concept for which was taken from Vertu’s vibrant new advertising campaign shot by renowned photographer Kristian Schuller.

Headlining the evening’s entertainment were Goldfrapp, who treated guests to a fabulous set, including tracks from their recently released album, Tales of Us.

The glamorous evening event was attended by a whole host of international guests from across the worlds of art, fashion and design including Alison Goldfrapp, Dylan Jones, Caroline Rush, Tony Chambers, Emma McQuiston, Nicholas Coleridge and Melissa Odabash.

The evening was hosted by Vertu Chief Executive Officer, Massimiliano Pogliani, who commented: “We are delighted to showcase the new Constellation at this global launch in London, the first in a series of launch events that will take place around the world over the coming weeks."

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