The opening night reception was the highly-anticipated precursor to an exciting two-day consumer pop-up on Saturday, March 23, and Sunday, March 24.
At the event, experts from excellent British brands like Wah and Liberty London offered nail part and scarf-tying lessons, respectively.
Stevens sported a new hair color, a requirement for his new film, A Walk Among The Tombstones.
“Ironically, when I wear a hat people recognize me more,” Stevens told Elle.
The Big British Invite exhibit showcases the prolific scenes shaping contemporary England, Scotland and Wales – from food and fashion to music and nightlife. Its purpose is designed to whet the appetites of travel-savvy New Yorkers by offering a first-hand glimpse at life today over there.
Through interactive installations and partnership with cool, cutting-edge British brands, such as Fluid Movement, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, this first-of-its-kind event series occurring in the heart of Manhattan is 15,000-square-feet of cheeky, good fun.