Lady Amelia Windsor lived up to her reputation as one of the ‘coolest’ royals by attending the launch of a new London nightspot.
The fashionista, who is cousins with Prince William and Harry, turned heads at Bar La Rampa near Oxford Street last night posing next to a red 1950s Cadillac while wearing a long tangerine snake-print dress.
The Dolce & Gabbana model, 25, is no stranger to premieres and launch parties, often winning praise for her fashion taste.
Indeed, Amelia ‘rarely gets it wrong’ according to experts, as she continues to set the style standards in royal circles.
Lady Amelia Windsor, a Dolce & Gabbana model, 25, looked stunning as ever as she posed in front of a 1950s Cadillac at the launch of new London restaurant Bar La Rampa
Ana Goncalves and Zijun Meng of TATA Eatery devised the menu at the new Cuban restaurant
Bar La Rampa is named after one of Havana’s most famous streets. Signature dishes include twists on classics including the Cubano Sandwich
She regularly posts her fashion tips on her Instagram page, which has attracted over 90,000 followers.
Speaking about why it’s her preferred social media platform, Amelia said: ‘It allows anyone to be creative and imaginative.
‘I also love that we can share all the beautiful and meaningful things we see and hear in the world. I find it so inspiring and uplifting.’
The eatery has a heavy focus on cocktails including transitional mojitos and daiquiris
Amelia has featured on the front of Tatler magazine and is also a regular at London Fashion Week, having first come to prominence at the Queen’s 90th birthday party in 2016.
The party girl, granddaughter of the Duke of Kent – the Queen’s first cousin, was joined at the bash by British actor Jack Brett Anderson, 30, who also posed alongside vintage motors outside the Cuban-themed bar.
The hunky star, who made his small screen breakthrough in teen BBC drama Wolfblood, embraced the dress code in a floral shirt, beige trousers and white trainers.
Jack expressed his delight at being invited by documenting his night on his Instagram stories in which he branded items on the menu ‘delicious’.
The pair were also joined inside the launch by Ana Goncalves and Zijun Meng of TATA Eatery – who devised the menu.
Bar La Rampa is named after one of Havana’s most famous streets.
Signature dishes include twists on classics including the Cubano Sandwich – served at La Rampa with Pork Belly, ham, and raclette cheese – foot-long Pork Chicharrones and Picadillo Empanadas.
Jack Brett Anderson, 30, who made his small screen breakthrough in teen BBC drama Wolfblood, also posed alongside vintage motors outside the Cuban-themed bar
As well as traditional Cuban food, the eatery also has a heavy focus on cocktails including transitional mojitos and daiquiris, as well as some new concoctions.
Just like the launch night, live music will be a big feature at Bar La Rampa with a house band at the heart of ‘Cuban Nights’ throughout the week.
Inspired by his early childhood years spent in Cuba, Jake Kasumov co-founder along with Marco Mendes, said: “I lived in Cuba until I was six years old, and my father spent the majority of his life in Havana, meaning I travelled there often throughout my life.
‘I’ve always been enamoured with Cuba’s cultural heritage, but find it has often been misrepresented through cultural appropriation abroad. Marco and I are passionate about bringing Havana’s beautiful history to life in a way that celebrates the country’s authentic food, drinks and design.”
Jake, along with Marco, also own and operate Casa do Frango – a nod to Marco’s Portuguese heritage – as well as KOL Restaurant & Mezcaleria, Bar Bolivar, and Vinegar Yard.