Music and Luxury Watches Meet for Night Thanks to Raymond Weil

Raymond Weil is a family-owned company that knows the importance of helping its community. The luxury watch brand spent January 24th of this year hosting their Annual Music Dinner with some of the best-loved artists in London. Not only did Raymond Weil help promote the local music scene, but also helped a non-profit earn the money to keep moving forward.

 

The Annual Music dinner was hosted by famed singer, songwriter and producer Labrinth. Labrinth opened up his restaurant, Mosaica in London, to other artists from all over Britain. The 120 guests that attended included local music celebrities such as Yasmin, Angel, Dot Rotten and Etta Bond.  The Mosaica offered each guest a three course meal and cocktails given by Grey Goose. The night to remember was not just about gathering emerging artists, but also helping War Child.

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War Child is an organization that has been around for twenty years – this year in fact being its twentieth. Its goal is to help children who are in countries living with war. So far, over 800,000 children’s lives have been changed for the better because of War Child. Raymond Weil gave the organization a Special Recognition Award to celebrate their two decades.

 

Every year, Raymond Weil hosts its Annual Music Dinner with the help of companies and artists because they are invested in helping the local economy. Not only did the dinner include a scrumptious dinner and cocktails, but performances were also given by George the Poet, Shakka and Michael Duke. Raymond Weil is a brand that stays current and innovative, not only in its beautiful watch design, but in the way it treats the public. In one dinner, Raymond Weil promoted new artists and War Child – a hugely successful night by anyone’s standards.

 

Written by: Stacy McCullough

 

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