The Party Season

Jimmy Choo Celebrates in Morocco

In the heart of Marrakech, overlooking the Atlas Mountains sits the legendary La Mamounia hotel, an enchanting Art Deco-inspired 20-acre estate that blends bygone opulence with modern luxury. Renowned for its glamorous and magical surrounds, we invited some of the globe’s biggest stylemakers to celebrate the start of the festive season in their favourite Jimmy Choo party pieces. Scroll down to discover their looks and essential party tips, all captured by photographer and blogger Candice Lake.

Camille Charriere

Effortlessly elegant, Anglo-French blogger Camille Charriere plays with texture and shine against the traditional Moroccan tiling.


'I think there’s something about having your make-up done perfectly and your hair just looking a bit undone, and then just throwing on a great shoe that makes the outfit.'

- Camille Charriere

Jessica Stein

Sleek and stylish, Australian fashion blogger Jessica Stein stays true to her style by carrying a neat box clutch.


'Your party clutch should have loose hair ties, bobby pins and lip balm. And I always carry my external phone charger!'

- Jessica Stein

Gala Gonzalez

Spanish blogger and DJ Gala Gonzalez believes comfort is key as she models her party look on the Gala flat.


'Wear a pair of flats - or bring a pair in your bag, if you can. I believe you have to be comfortable. And you can’t really wear something that’s just good for a picture.'

- Gala Gonzalez

Hedvig Opshaug

Norwegian fashion blogger Hedvig Opshaug emulates her classic style in the timeless Anouk pump.


'I like to show a lacy bra through a really, really unbuttoned blouse. Otherwise I button it all the way up, but if that’s the case, I roll up the sleeves. It’s all about the balance.'

- Hedvig Opshaug

Lainy Hedaya

Style chameleon and street style favourite Lainy Hedaya brings a masculine touch to her party look with boyish brogues.


'Your party clutch should have loose hair ties, bobby pins and lip balm. And I always carry my external phone charger!'

- Jessica Stein

Zanita Whittington

Australian photographer and blogger Zanita Whittington steps out from behind the lens with Fifties inspired glamour.


'Carry a disposable camera. Everybody automatically gets Photoshopped with the cheesy flash – winner.'

- Zanita Whittington

Andy Torres

Mexican blogger Andy Torres swaps a wardrobe of sporting favourites for Quality Street-inspired metallic shades.


'Pairing lingerie with something masculine gives it a beautiful contrast. I like to add a lace bodysuit under a suit – it makes it sexier.'

- Andy Torres

Candice Lake

Street style snapper Candice Lake poses for fellow photographer Zanita in a spectrum of bauble brights.


'Keep in mind not to divert too much from your own style. Put me in a skin-tight dress and it terrifies me. But put me in a flowing, yellow dress with pom-poms on it and I’ll be as happy as Larry.'

- Candice Lake