All the action from last week’s Must Be Moët party

Moët & Chandon’s annual Must Be Moët party has become a hotly anticipated fixture of the festive season, seeing a glamorous crowd congregate in the name of toasting to a series of game-changing individuals. Last night’s event unfolded at The Loft within the central city’s Q Theatre where a dress code of ‘red carpet glamour’ saw those in a attendance put a glittering foot forward.

As well as raising their glasses to the five Moët Vanguards — female empowerment leader and the founder of OKREAL Amy Fraser, CEO and co-founder of Unfiltered Jake Miller, Holly Marbeck of jewellery brand MARS, Paris Opera Ballet soloist Hannah O’Neill and 25 year old, serial tech entrepreneur Ezel Kokcu — guests were treated to various Moët Moments. Unexpected elements were delivered throughout the evening via a modern string quartet, a live performance by Kiwi favourites Jupiter Project, ballerinas in black tutus, and an iconic champagne tower.

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