Kelly Prehn looked incredible in an ethereal Alexander McQueen gown and Ghazal Paris heels as she attended the unveiling of a mural The Journey in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France, on Tuesday.
The floaty dress matched the evening breeze as she stepped out at The Four Seasons Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat.
She wore minimal makeup, only styling her chocolate tresses in glamorous waves cascading across her shoulders as she posed for Dave Benett – London’s iconic society and celebrity photographer.
Kelly appeared to be toasting the successful expansion of Method Kotae (答え), the life changing system she created based on traditional Japanese philosophies.
Amber Le Bon, Abbey Clancy, Peter Crouch and rapper Tinie Tempah also posed at the star-studded event. Rarely seen Reeve Collins, Digital Pioneer was also spotted.
Amber wore a smokey eye and some sparkles. Tinie Tempah shielded his eyes with a pair of green sunglasses.
Meanwhile, Maze Runner Actress Kaya Scodelario wore Dolce & Gabbana. Klariza Clayton wore a lime green dress for summer freshness as she joined Kelly and other guests.
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Handsome PR Guru Zafar Rushdie masterminded the glamorous jet-set of the Riviera to descend upon the Four Seasons’ Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, for the celebration dinner.
Set stunningly in the ultra-exclusive Club Dauphin restaurant in the grounds of the Four Seasons Grand Hotel Du Cap Ferrat, the Mayor of Cap Ferrat gave a speech celebrating the visionary French-Iranian artist Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar and his work followed by an unveiling of the mural, The Journey, and party at a private residence.
About The Journey of Behnam-Bakhtiar
The Journey is a 10,000,000 Euro large-format mural work painted on the walls and ceilings of a private club space in Ali Jassim’s new 2,000m² mansion in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. The piece is 100m² in total. Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar received global appraisal from critics during his major solo exhibition with Setareh in Germany. This was the first time that Setareh hosted a solo exhibition in three of its galleries simultaneously for any of its represented artists, where a total of 65 paintings were sold prior and during the opening night.
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