04/30/2014 05:52 pm ET Updated Jun 30, 2014

Every Angel Has a Dark Side: Julian Schnabel at The Dairy

Twinkling fairy lights welcomed a beautiful crowd to the opening of Julian Schnabel's new exhibition: Every Angel Has a Darkside in aid of Chickenshed. Schnabel known both in the art and film worlds for his works such as Basquiat and The Diving Bell and The Butterfly.

Perhaps most striking was Schnabel's loyal following of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds from David Bailey and Bip Ling to designers Anna Laub and Mary Katrantzou.

The Dairy - a fantastic quintessentially London-space owned by collectors Frank Cohen and Nicolai Frahm.

High Points
There was an electric atmosphere as guests mingled clutching little milk bottles containing Belvedere between the outdoor area, complete with a retro caravan serving ice-cream and the airy exhibition space.

Art Work that I couldn't stop looking at...
The Girl With No Eyes (which was apparently also Mary Katrantzou's favourite) had me mesmerised for a few moments.

Every Angel Has a Darkside: Julian Schnabel