Watch brand Tissot celebrated its 160th anniversary at London’s Supperclub, where it hosted a party attended by VIPs, sports stars and socialites.
Guests enjoyed cocktails, canapés and an assortment of performances, including a fire-breather and dancers, throughout the evening. President of Tissot, François Thiébaud, welcomed revellers and gave a speech about the brand, which preceded the debut screening of a film detailing its history.
Surprise guest and former French footballer David Ginola was spotted enjoying the evening, as were rugby players Ugo Monye, Serge Betsen and Mike Brown.
Tissot was founded in Switzerland in 1863. See photos of the event here.