Back in June, it was announced that W's creative and fashion director Edward Enninful would receive the Order of the British Empire as part of the Queen's Birthday Honors. On Thursday, he finally received the award in an intimate ceremony in London, wearing a custom McQueen suit and accompanied by longtime friend, muse, and collaborator Naomi Campbell. But after the ceremony was when the party really got started — Enninful and Campbell joined a whole club full of friends and supporters, including English supermodel Kate Moss, Lara Stone, Maria Borges, and Mert Alas, who took over Mark's Club in London for the occasion. Amid the cadre of Enninful's favorite models, though, was one woman who stood out: a Moschino-clad Madonna, who spent the night mugging with Kate Moss and fooling around with photographer Alas, and making the boldest sartorial statement of the night in the process. For Madonna, though, it's just another night on the town.
When: Thursday, October 28.
Where: A dinner honoring *W'*s creative and fashion director Edward Enninful's OBE at Mark's Club in London, England.
What: A Moschino embellished leather jacket, distressed black jeans, "Madonna" belt, leather and pearl sailor's cap, and zebra-striped heels.
Why: A playful riff on those ubiquitous Moschino-logo'ed belts, Madonna's "Madonna" belt tops off a daring, clubbish look with a bit of a playful wink. The singer has long maintained a close relationship with Moschino designer Jeremy Scott — she attended the 2015 Met Gala for "China: Through the Looking Glass" in a Moschino design as Scott's date, and regularly hangs out at his fashion week parties — and for Enninful's party, she brings out her leather-and-pearl-laden finest. She pulled double duty with the look, first wearing it to the Mert and Marcus exhibition at Phillips Auction House, and then taking it on the road with Alas to attend Enninful's celebration. "Working my Moschino!" she captioned an Instagram. Working it, indeed; a club-ready look for a night on the town.