Champagne and Fashion – Moët Moments

Champagne is associated with the pomp and glamour of celebrations such as weddings, birthdays and more. There has been a significant increase in demand for champagne in Kenya, which could largely be attributed to our party culture, increase in clubs and lounges and influence from digital media. Moët & Chandon recently held a luncheon and meet and greet with the Moët & Chandon brand development manager Pierre-Louis Araud at the Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel.

As Pierre-Louis Araud emphasized; “Kenya for Moët & Chandon House represents the future in Africa.” and he continued to state that “I feel this great sense of celebration and savoir-fete and that is at the center of our DNA.”

 

Lizbeth Kariuki with Capital FM’s Anita Nderu
Ms. Amina Abdi Rabar with Moët & Chandon brand development manager Pierre-Louis Araud.
Franklin Saiyalel-Kenyan Stylista with Bonfire Adventure’s Simon Kabu
Zumi Kenya’s Reina Kimeu, blogger Winnie Odade and Emcee Amina Abdi Rabar
Moët & Chandon display table
Moët & Chandon brand ambassadors in gorgeous blue women dresses

 

 

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