The sisters, who are originally from Enniskillen, partied with 200 surprised passers-by beneath the glittering spectacle situated at London’s famous Millennium Bridge in a bid to urge people to make the most of the clocks going back.
L.A.W. will continue their relationship with the drinks firm into next year as part of the ongoing Yours for the Making campaign, which challenges people in Northern Ireland and the rest of Europe to make more of their free time by creating and experiencing new nightlife ideas. The sisters will now form part of the Smirnoff Collective – a collaboration of creative and innovative nightlife experts, to uncover extraordinary nights.
Alice Wallace, one half of L.A.W. said: “We had an amazing time with in London and we’re delighted to represent Northern Ireland as part of the European wide Yours for the Making campaign. Being part of the collective is an honour as we live, eat and breathe djing and want to inspire others to make the most of their nights out.
“We’re asking all club promoters and party goers to tweet their suggestions for new nights to @SmirnoffGB_IRE using #yoursforthemaking. Be it the next silent disco or rubiks cube party, we will work with Smirnoff to help bring the best nightlife ideas into reality - proving that the night really is yours for the making”
The Smirnoff mirror ball is currently the World’s largest free-hanging mirror ball.
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