LONDON – London’s boutique automotive event Salon Privé has continued in the sunshine at Syon Park with Boodles Ladies Day.
Boodles Ladies’ Day winner, Helena Tepley was “overwhelmed and excited” at the accolade from judges Amanda Stretton and Rebecca Jackson both glamorous TV motoring journalists, Amber Graafland Daily Mirror Fashion and Beauty Director and Fleur Britten Sunday Times Style Magazine Senior Commissioning Editor.
Helena was presented with Boodles diamond set Blossom pendant in white gold by Michael Wainwright, Boodles Managing Director.
“We’re delighted to be involved in Salon Privé for the fourth year and have just signed for another three. It’s a great environment to entertain clients and meet new ones,” said Wainwright.
The last few tickets for Salon Privé can still be purchased at the gates of Syon House upon entry. Entry is fully inclusive of Pommery champagne, lobster luncheon, English afternoon tea and full access to all areas.