Countless celebrities and VIPs came out for a day in the Winelands, and were seen dressed by top designers such as Malcolm Kluk, Gavin Rajah and Hendrik Vermeulen Couturier amongst others. Celebrities seen at the event were Jeannie D, Vanessa Haywood, Elana Africa, Mark Bayly, Sonia and Matthew Booth, Vanessa Marawa, Rosie Motene and many more.
The Veuve was also flowing with a few hundred bottles consumed on the day – proving that Veuve Clicquot champagne has become the champagne of choice for the sophisticated set in South Africa. Apart from riveting polo with the Veuve Clicquot team winning the main game 6-4, there was plenty of other entertainment on the day. Veuve’s French flair could be seen during the Pètanque Games Hour (better known as Boules), with several top celebrities participating in the fun and winning cool prizes such as Veuve Clicquot champagne, Hermès Fragrances, Marios Company for Hair Vouchers, and the star-prize of a weekend for 6 people in the Cape Royal Penthouse. Guests were further entertained by the talented male-only A’Capella group, D-Seven, with the highlight of the day, Lindiwe’s Suttle, performing her brand new debut single, Man Made Moon.
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