Guests including Paloma Faith, Oliver Cheshire, Arielle Free, Conor Maynard, Will Best and Giles Matthey attended the event.
Bluey Robinson provided entertainment on the night, along with Ooh La La, which comprises Zara Martin and Whinnie Williams, and Laura Whitmore, who delivered DJ sets.
Guests enjoyed a selection of beach-inspired Cîroc pineapple vodka cocktails including a pineapple and sage fizz, pineapple and ginger cooler and Cîroc's take on the Pina Colada.
Eastern Mediterranean street food created by celebrity chef John Quilter and executive chef Tom Kime of Ceru Restaurant was also served up throughout the evening.
Georgi Radev, bar manager at Mahiki delivered Cîroc School of Mixology masterclasses, where attendees learned how to make a Cîroc-style summer punch.
Inspired by both the Miami beachside and French Riviera, the summer pop-up seeks to deliver a boutique festival atmosphere by the River Thames. The space is complete with palm trees, day beds, giant pineapples and pink flamingos.
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