Samantha Cameron, 47, dazzled in London last night, wearing a dress from her own Cefinn collection.
She attended a VIP dinner hosted by Instagram fashion couple Tom and Alice Naylor-Leyland at top London hotel Claridge’s.
They were joined on the night by celebrity designers including Emilia Wickstead, a New Zealand-born fashion designer who regularly dresses Samantha, the Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duchess of Sussex.
Samantha Cameron, 47, attends a VIP dinner at Claridge’s Hotel and is joined by designer Kim Hersov and Australian style editor at Vogue Candice Lake
The mum of three looked glamorous in her Isabel 3/4 Sleeve Maxi Dress, priced at £340, in Emerald Green. The belt accentuated her figure and she looked relaxed with her hair styled down.
It’s not the first time she’s worn her own collection to an event, earlier this year she wore her own blue midi dress to the Wrinkle in Time Premiere in London.
The mum-of-three showcases her own fashion label at a London premiere earlier this year
Australian style editor at Vouge Candice Lake also joined them at Claridge’s last night, as well as Emilia Wickstead’s colleague Daniel Gargiulo, director of the brand.
The dinner was a chance to celebrate the arrival of ‘Malton In Mayfair’ at Claridge’s. The food brand, Made In Malton, has been created by local Tom Naylor-Leyland and was the basis for the dinner.
The fresh local Yorkshire produce was used at the VIP dinner to create three courses and included local coffee beans to make martinis, local beef and brownies from a local bakery.
The dinner at Claridges was a chance to celebrate the arrival of ‘Malton In Mayfair’ at Claridge’s. The food brand, Made In Malton, has been created by local Tom Naylor-Leyland the basis for the dinner.
Samantha’s fashion label Cefinn, is named after the initials of her children Nancy, 13, Elwen, 11, Florence, six, and Ivan, who died aged six in 2009.
Launching the brand in February 2017 the former prime-ministers wife had mixed reviews.
But she comes with a background of fashion – a fine arts graduate she worked at luxury brand Smythson as creative director for a number of years.