Last night HUGO teamed up with Strawberries & Creem once more for their ’S&C presents HUGO Nights.’
Filled to the brim with special guests and keen-eared fans, the evening would celebrate ‘Chapter Two’ of the brand’s live event series. Previously inviting the lyrical wizardry of Loyle Carner, this time round crowds were graced with viral newcomer AntsLive, dressed head to toe in HUGO’s latest clothing capsule. Dipping into a string of blazing anthems, from ‘Number One Candidate’ to ‘Captain Ants’, the north London rapper set the stage alight. During the set, AntsLive also showcased some of his upcoming material, opening up a new chapter for the rising force.
Set to headline the evening was none other than Leigh-Anne, a pop icon who dabbles in the realms of dance music. The current day sees the artist venturing into her solo career, an exciting period that has catapulted her following across social platforms. Indeed, there’s a distinct energy that radiates from the performer, offering an exclusive cover of Doja Cat’s ‘Paint The Town Red’, whilst ramping up the heat with recent hits ‘Don’t Say Love’ and ‘My Love’. Dazzling in crystal-embellished trousers, it was certainly a moment for the bold songstress.
Steering the night with their genre-spanning selections were Jordan Stephens, Sanasesh x Rishy Malik, Donnie Sunshine and Jamo Beatz. Each integrating their own style and flare across the evening’s soundtrack, they brought together an engaging, glamorous crowd to Stone Nest.
From start to finish, the second instalment of ‘S&C Presents HUGO Nights’ helped amplify the core sentiments behind #HUGOYourWay, aiming to uplift youth culture and self-expression through bridging the gap between music, fashion, arts and film.
Check out how the night unfolded…