Every Wednesday, at the Cavalli Club in Dubai, inside the Fairmont Hotel a ultra-chic scene, with unique elements of luxury. The evening will feature classic hits from the 70’s and 80’s giving patrons the opportunity to experience the vintage era like never before. On next wednesday October 30th we are happy to host Natalia Kapchuk’s welcome back party.
Natalia Kapchuk is a Russian-born model, a TV presenter, an actress, a business woman and a socialite. She resides in Dubai and London. In 2013 she appeared in a blockbuster movie of Jay Sun Switch. Kapchuk is a Dubai partner in a Lifestyle Management and Business Concierge company called The Anonymous with offices in London, Paris, Montenegro and Dubai. Kapchuk began to develop a reputation as a socialite after being seen in the best events around the world including the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi GP.
Anne-Marie Martinez, the NewYorker lifestyle-consultant specializing in image brand development and host of the event, is giving us the opportunity to host people in the
DubaiBlog list at Cavalli 54
Do not hesitate to contact us to get into the list*!
Samira: + 971 50 578.60.21
Nico: + 971 50 117.94.74
Those events are by invitation only.
*valid untill 11pm.
Dress Code: Ladies – Glam
Gentleman – Jackets please
A La Carte menu is offered for sit down dinner in addition to lounge seating with lounge menu and caviar and champagne packages available .
Cavalli 54 is the brainchild of Anne Marie Martinez. It is an exciting new concept based on the legendary Studio 54. Studio 54 was a popular and world renowned nightclub from 1977 until 1981 when it was sold by founders and creators Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager. It was called the most famous nightclub of all time and was a sophisticated, groundbreaking multi-media visual extravaganza. It continued to operate as a nightclub until 1991 by other owners. The space was originally the Gallo Opera House, opening in 1927. Located at 254 West 54th Street in Manhattan, New York City, the renowned nightclub gained extreme popularity in the late 70’s: it was a common destination for New York’s glitterati and socialites and now it’s living back in Dubai.