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ABSOLUT & Plush Presented Christmas Eve With Petty Joy, Partnered By T2

She was wearing: Braving the chill, the PYTs got their dresses just right for the evening. Black clearly ruled, right from the LBDs to the boots. Leather and fur jackets, colourful stoles and not to forget Santa’s red-and-white hat, all made their way to the dance floor. Chunky neckpieces and red nail paint added to the winter look for many. “I wanted to try contrasting colours tonight. Black and red and black and silver can never go wrong,” said 21-year-old Nikita Parekh (extreme left in picture below), posing with her girlfriends in a silver jacket that she picked up from London.

He was wearing: Lounge suits and blazers made for the perfect style statement for the men. While many chose to stick to the traditional black blazers, some opted for whites as well. The men mostly kept their looks semi-formal. Striped party shirts in dark colours and leather jackets were also spotted.

Food & beverage: Cocktails, hookah and flair bartenders made the night. Live food counters with a variety of Indian and international cuisine, along with Absolut vodka went down well with the women, while the men sipped on their whisky.

Clubspeak: “A breezy winter evening, with great international music, Christmas cheer and the best food and fine wine, makes an ideal way to bring in Christmas with friends,” said Vikram Puri, owner of Astor’s party address.

Pictures: Rashbehari Das