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PICS: Nairobi’s Glitzy Moët & Chandon celebrations marking 150 years of popping bottles

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Nairobi toasts to Moët & Chandon’s 150 years.

For 150 years, Moët & Chandon has celebrated the thrill of living. With a bottle of its champagne opened every second around the globe, Moët & Chandon knows that every second is an experience, and every experience is a #moetmoment to live now.

The white and gold brunch set up at The Tribe Hotel.



Moët installation on sight at The Tribe Hotel.

On Saturday June 22nd, Nairobi’s finest personalities, decked out in their spectacular gold and white outfits, came out in their numbers to celebrate the annual Moët & Chandon Grand Day at a gypset brunch served at the luxury boutique hotel – the Tribe. Throughout the afternoon and into the early evening, Moët & Chandon flowed freely at the star-studded event in true panache. Gourmet canapes were served, designed around bespoke food pairings curated by a talented chef, as guests toasted with the vibrant Moët Impérial to an iconic occasion of their lives. The women and men, truly put their best foot forward and kept to the dress code and honestly, looked fabulous and dapper. Truly Nairobi is the home of beautiful human beings.

Presenter, Moderator and beauty queen Pinky Ghelani-Raj.
Tv actress and Content Producer Catherine Kamau.
(From L-R) Kiza Restaurant & Lounge Owner and Entrepreneur Ali Oumarou and Capital Lifestyle Editor VinieO.
KTN Life & Style host Thandiwe Yego.
Moët & Chandon, the world’s most loved champagne.
Fitness Nutrition & Lifestyle Consultant, Coach Frankie Kiarie.
Luxury Content Creator/ Blogger and CEO Sonal Maherali & Company Limited, Sonal Maherali.
Kenya’s first female marine pilot, Liz Marami.
Makeup artist and Entrepreneur, Phoina Tosha.
Fashion/ Style Creator, Zuri Cheryl.

Founded in 1743, Moët & Chandon contributed to introduce champagne to the world by offering a range of unique wines for every occasion. From iconic Moët Impérial to the Grand Vintage Collection, from the extroverted Moët Rosé Impérial to the innovative Moët Ice Impérial, each champagne dazzles and delights with bright fruitiness, an enticing palate and an elegant maturity.

Royalty Moët Impérial.

From day to evening and well into the night, Moët & Chandon brought together over a million people from New York City to Ibiza and London to Nairobi, in a bubbling toast to its universal icon of celebration. The festivities took place across 80 countries, and this year’s shindig was extra special as the champagne brand was honoring its 150th anniversary.

In Nairobi, it was indeed an afternoon of a spectacular elegant showcase of the true spirit of the Moët & Chandon house.

Founder/ CEO of African Elite Group Ltd, Lucia Musau.
Travel and Lifestyle content creator Evangelynne Jenkins.
Content Creator and Entertainer, Seth Gor.
Actress, Plus Size Model, & Fashion Ambassador, Neomi Nganga.
The Gold Cutlery.
Capital FM’s radio presenter and ‘Teen Republik’s show host Tracy Wanjiru.
Composer and saxophonist with Nairobi Horns Project, Mokua Rabai.
Online content creator, Communications Specialist and a budding change maker, Caroline Kibati.
Founder First Class Cars Concierge, Muchohi Gikonyo.
(From L-R) Writer, poet and blogger, Rayhab Gachango and Lifestyle Blogger, Filmmaker and Creative Entrepreneur, Mwende Ngao.
Kenyan disc jockey and TV host Pierra Makena.
African Elite Group’s Emma Nerima.
Content Creator Musa Wasike.
Fashion blogger and YouTuber Sharon Mwangi.

More than just a winemaker, Moët & Chandon is an integral part of the history of wine in France. Beyond the bubbles, it reflects key aspects of French culture, like sophistication, revelry and elegance— the pillars upon which this extraordinary champagne has built its international reputation.

“Moët & Chandon is synonymous today with celebration because for almost three centuries, we have combined our ‘savoir-faire’ (know-how) with our own art of the fête to perfect a unique ‘savoir-fête’ that has made our champagnes a great choice for toasting both intimate moments and important milestones,” says Alexandre Helaine Market Manger Eastern Africa Moët Hennessy. “On this Moët & Chandon Grand Day, we are thrilled to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Moët Impérial, our signature champagne that has embodied the grandeur of the House since 1869.”

Nomad Magazine’s Vanessa Wanjiku.
Power couple. Husband and Wife, Raj and Pinky Ghelani-Raj.
Media Personality, and Founder of Inua Dada Foundation, Janet Mbugua Ndichu.
Writer, poet and blogger, Rayhab Gachango.
Luxury Content Creator/ Blogger and CEO Sonal Maherali & Company Limited, Sonal Maherali.
Moët installation.
Author and Blogger, Muthoni Kirumba.
Content creator /Digital influencer, Vonette Orinda.
(From L-R) Njeri Lindgren and Travel Content Creator and Businesswoman, Kui Kamau.
Moet & chandon nectar imperial rose.
Kenya’s first female marine pilot, Liz Marami.
Tv actress and Content Producer Catherine Kamau.
Entertainment Writer , Cheptoek Boyo.
(From L-R) Beauty and Fashion blogger Nelly Mwangi and Lifestyle Blogger, Sheila Kingori.
Capital FM’s DJ Protege.
Sonal Maherali Ltd ‘s Annrita Kiriamiti.
Radio Maisha host, Mwende Macharia.
The tradition ‘toast’ of Moët & Chandon – the thrill of living.

Moët Grand Day has become the most anticipated event on the social calendar around the world, and this year’s glamorous experience was truly a befitting tribute once again as to why Moët & Chandon remains the world’s most loved champagne.

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