Moscow Jetsetters Are Invited to My Home, a New Nightclub

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The new luxury lounge-club My Home Club & Apartment has opened in Moscow. It is the first club in the original-for-Russia format of fashion apartment that delivers a Bohemian spirit and artistic appeal.

My Home is a result of collaboration of nightclub entrepreneurs Vladimir Starok and Eli Taranto, whose previous projects include well-known and praised clubs like Movida in London, VIP Room in Saint-Tropez and Baoli in Cannes.

Kingpins’ new venue promises to be popular night spot for Moscow’s Bohemians; private events and parties will be held.

It’s a little bit tricky to find the club, despite the central location. There are no bright and fussy advertising and signs and one can easily get lost in Moscow arches and courtyards looking for the right door, which makes it even more special and exciting.

The club prides itself on being very exclusive. Access is available for club members strictly (it is aiming for so-called global jetsetters).

At the same time, My Home is an incredibly comfortable and cozy place to be in, the interior tastefully finished in beige and warm colors with homey sofas.

It’s pitch-perfect for late drinks with close friends and even for very, very late drinks, as members can be served all night long with profuse amounts of cocktails.

Opening night featured a music set from DJ Kevin O’Leary, a favorite of Madonna, Gwen Stefani and the Beckhams. Six hundred invited guests were treated with Argentinean artist Malcolm Roxs’ live performance while sipping signature cocktails.

So far it’s very likely My Home will become a discreet address of the famous and formidable where friendly ambiance is paramount, the concept Moscow nightlife scene been missing for so long.

My Home Club & Apartment, 4/3, stroyeniye 3 Strastnoy Boulevard

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