Special guests of the evening included British actors Aidan Turner, Joe Dempsie and Andrew Cooper, Vlogger Jim Chapman, and Model Johannes Huebl.
Some of Britain’s finest classic cars were on show outside the Home; a Black Jaguar XK120 and Aston Martin D85 drop head in grey, alongside Alfred Dunhill’s very own 1913 ‘Tweenie’ car.
Guests were treated to award-winning Isle of Wight ice cream served in a vintage ice-cream cart, which will be a permanent fixture in the Home’s courtyard over the summer months. Models on hand showcased some of the new eyewear frames and offered a special preview of the new dunhill Spring Summer 2017 collection.
The short film SUMMER DRIVES debuted in the Home’s private screening room, featuring the dunhill man on a summer drive accompanied by his four-legged friend, featuring styles from the new eyewear collection.
Inspired by the brand’s motoring heritage and adventurous spirit, the film presents a witty guide to British driving etiquette. Unmistakably British in style and refinement, dunhill’s new eyewear collection of optics and sunglasses reflects the brand’s aesthetic codes of British excellence, centred on creativity, craftsmanship and innovation.
The newly launched eyewear collection and SUMMER DRIVES film will be exclusively on the new dunhill.com website