Frankie Dettori, perhaps the most famous Italian jockey in the world, arrived at the opening of his new restaurant ‘Cavallino’, in the heart of Chelsea in a 434bhp Maserati GranCabrio.
An eclectic mix of high profile clients and stars joined Frankie at the opening of ‘Cavallino’, situated at the top of Sydney Street in London.
Although sportsmen including tennis legend Boris Becker and football manager Carlo Ancelotti came along to sample the modern Italian menu, it was the rock stars who really got the party going. Ronnie Wood and ex-Rolling Stones bandmate Charlie Watts spent the night catching up, while Queen drummer Roger Taylor and Genesis guitarist Mike Rutherford, who arrived on board a GranTurismo S were said to have thoroughly enjoyed the friendly Italian atmosphere.
Other guests included TV personality Louie Spence, interior designer Nicky Haslam and creative entrepreneur and founder of Italia Independent label Lapo Elkann.