Design lovers, foodies and media rubbed shoulders with the designer at an exclusive dinner at his new restaurant, ALTO Bar & Grill on 13 October 2016.
October 19th, 2016
Tom Dixon, Dining Concepts and Lane Crawford brought VIPs, friends and journalists together for a special dinner on 13 October 2016. It was an opportunity for this group of people to meet the designer himself, and to experience the newly opened ALTO Bar & Grill, which was conceived by Tom Dixon Design Research Studio for Dining Concepts.
A total of 90 guests gathered for cocktails on the roof at V Point in Causeway Bay, enjoying the stunning Harbour views before heading to the richly decorated restaurant on the 31st floor. Here, they were treated to a three-course meal by Chef Mike Boyle. Guests also got to see firsthand the latest items from Tom Dixon’s collections, including luxe candles and tableware.
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