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Orlando Bloom proud of suit first

Dozens of stars flocked to London's Serpentine Summer Party yesterday evening.

The handsome actor attended the star-studded bash at London's Kensington Gardens in a crisp blue two-piece by the label, which he paired with a sky blue shirt and shiny black shoes.

Italian high-end fashion house Brioni specialises in handmade suits and was one of the sponsors of the event. It's creative director Brendan Mullane co-hosted the event and Orlando was pleased to don one of its designs.

“I’ve never worn one before,” he smiled to WWD, opening up his jacket to show the intricate detail inside. “It’s my first time ever.”

Orlando was joined by a host of big names, such as fellow Brit Keira Knightley. The 29-year-old actress looked stunning in a gown by Chanel, who she models for as the face of the Coco Mademoiselle perfume. Her dress featured appliqués on the bodice and was completed by a sheer netted skirt at the bottom.

Contrasting against her bold outfit, Keira wore her hair down in her signature waves and kept her make-up natural as to not compete with the gown.

Gemma Arterton also went for a head turning ensemble, showing off her toned midriff in a scarlet two piece from Prabal Gurung Resort 2015. The brunette beauty's skirt was asymmetric with a frill finish at the bottom, which matched the girly touch of bows on her red shoes.

Adding an elegant touch, Gemma had volume to her chic bob and wore sparkling flower-shaped earrings.

King of style Pharrell Williams was able to pull off a more casual ensemble, rocking a pair of light Levi's jeans with a chequered navy suit jacket, a white T-shirt, black sneakers and his signature bowler hat in a pale brown colour. He was spotted chatting to Hollywood heartthrob Bradley Cooper at the do, who dressed to impress in a dark suit.

His model-and-actress girlfriend Suki Waterhouse looked pretty in a pink dress by Burberry, the fashion house which she is the face of, and toned it down with her footwear in blue heels by Topshop.

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