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Am­ber Lounge caps off F1 with ex­hil­a­rat­ing Grand Prix week­end par­ties.

Dur­ing F1 week­end, all roads led to Am­ber Lounge – its 11th year in Sin­ga­pore – as the iconic Grand Prix af­ter party suc­cess­fully capped off For­mula 1’s only night race.

On Satur­day, guests were treated to an ex­clu­sive pop-up night spot to wit­ness a brand new look and crys­tal theme in cel­e­bra­tion of Am­ber Lounge’s 15th an­niver­sary this year. R&B artist Mya turned back time and brought to life her award­win­ning hits. As the clock struck 12, the Am­ber Lounge Fash­ion run­way be­came the cen­tre of at­ten­tion. In­ter­na­tional mod­els show­cased em­bel­lished pieces by lo­cal de­signer Nida Shay. Miss Uni­verse Sin­ga­pore con­tes­tants dressed by Bora Aksu wowed the crowd be­fore the driv­ers strut­ted their stuff in chic suits by Q Menswear. While on Sun­day, F1 driv­ers and teams ven­tured from the pad­dock to party and cel­e­brated the con­clu­sion of Sin­ga­pore Grand Prix week­end.

Through­out the week­end’s par­ties, a buzzing crowd con­stantly sur­rounded the im­pres­sive Chanel dis­play, which made time stand still for those ea­ger to get their hands on one of the brand’s stun­ning Mon­sieur Haute Hor­logerie watches.

Guests sipped Lan­son Cham­pagne and pre­mium spir­its as bub­bles flowed from gi­ant methuse­lah bot­tles of Cu­vée Car­bon on the highly sought-af­ter Methusalem ta­bles.

In­ter­na­tional acts DJ SG, DJ Ono and DJ Bud­dha of Bangkok In­vaders, DJ Micky, and DJ Jag­ger played un­til the sun rose over The Lit­tle Red Dot. So­nia Irvine, Am­ber Lounge’s CEO and Founder, said: “Sin­ga­pore just keeps get­ting bet­ter and bet­ter. Each year we fill our ta­bles and Am­ber Lounge is brim­ming with the most vi­brant at­mos­phere you can find at a party. Mya and all the live acts were sim­ply un­be­liev­able and helped cre­ate yet an­other mem­o­rable Sin­ga­pore Grand Prix af­ter party.”

Am­ber Lounge heads to Abu Dhabi on Novem­ber 24 & 25.

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