This weekend, the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic took over the Pacific Palisades. Socialites, polo players and celebrities alike came out to sip some bubbly and stomp the divots!
Actress Camilla Belle was there to toss in the ceremonial first ball to kick-off the game at Will Rogers State Park -- the last remaining polo grounds in the Los Angeles area (at the height of polo's popularity, there were over 20 polo fields around LA).
The 4,000 guests were greeted by waiters and waitresses dressed in elaborate 1920's attire. Picnic blankets and popular food trucks like India Jones and Sweet E's lined the grounds where yellow Veuve Clicquot umbrellas shaded attendees from the sun.
Team Black Watch defeated Team Veuve Clicquot with a score of 7-5. Rachel Zoe presented Nacho Figueras of Team Black Watch with the Most Valuable Player accolade.
All photos courtesy of Getty:
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