It was all pomp at the Black Bottle Glow Party that was held at Gekko Lounge and Terrace on New Year’s Eve.
Hosted by Talent Africa, Qway and Luc Belaire, the star studded event was to usher in 2017 in style and officially launch the Luc Belaire in Uganda. Internationally Luc Belaire is the most in demand beverage currently in the nightlife industry. The brand is heavily marketed and endorsed by brand ambassadors; American superstar rapper Rick Ross, DJ/Producer DJ Khaled and many other celebrities in the entertainment industry. The bottle has been driven by celebrity influencers who identify themselves as #BlackBottleBoys & #BlackBottleGirls. Luc Belaire’s bottle design is key to its allure. Black with highlight-pink lettering, the look emits an aura of sophistication, class and glamour. Luc Belaire Fantôme (French for phantom) is the new glowing, limited edition bottle, featuring a luminescent label that makes a glowing statement after dark.
The Black Bottle Glow Party featured entertainment by Navio, Maurice Kirya, Atlas, DJ Crisio, DJ Dash, DJ Aludah and was hosted by Uganda’s very own Black Bottle Girls Anita Fabiola and Judith Heard. The party was star studded as Kampala celebrities and socialites graced the occasion. Some of the guests included the Rich Gang crew, super model Aamito, Sheila Gashumba, Sue Ochola, Sylvia Wilson, Swahili Nation and many more. Guests enjoyed sipping and posing with Belaire’s black bottles until sunrise.
Official Black Bottle Girl Anita Fabiola said, “I am really thrilled to be in a position to influence such a powerful and luxurious brand. I’m looking forward to an exciting year with Belaire with lots of campaigns and everyone getting to experience the Belaire lifestyle.”
Black Bottle Girl Judith Heard also added, “everyone needs to have a drink to celebrate special moments and occasions and now we have Belaire. As a Belaire ambassador it’s my job to teach people about an exciting lifestyle of luxury and fun with the new brand.”
Luc Belaire products will now be available at leading bars, restaurants, hotels and supermarkets across Uganda.
Here are some photos from the event.