Maison Ruinart, the oldest champagne house, established in 1729, has enjoyed close and long-standing relations with the art and design world. As a patron of contemporary art and design, Maison Ruinart can be found all over the globe, wherever the artists of today enjoy the freedom to express themselves and exhibit their work.
At an exclusive dinner attended by the Champagne world’s most fabulous, Ron Arad, designer and architect, unveiled an exclusive Champagne vasque for Ruinart. With stunning event design produced by Polar Black Events and inspired by mirrors, The Magazine could not have looked more stylish.

The menu of Native Scottish Lobster, Fennel and Samphire followed by Gressingham Duck, Purple Curry and Mango provided by Kofler & Kompanie UK was a perfect match for the four varieties of Ruinart Champagne enjoyed by guests throughout the evening. All these creative elements brought together under one curved roof ensured that the evening was a sparkling success.

Future Contemporaries Party

Exclusive Birthday Dinner in Kazakhstan

Reflections Dinner

Fashion Store Reception

Dom Perignon Rose Creative Combustion

Mercedes Benz


The Last Supper

Restaurant and Bar Design Week


Bat Mitzvah Celebration

Association of Russia


Emdash Foundation

Pret A Diner Away

Zaha Hadid

Farnborough International Airshow