Kate Moss celebrated her birthday with a marathon party. The supermodel - who had vowed to party for 34 hours to mark her 34th birthday on Wednesday - began drinking champagne with 19 girlfriends at The Dorchester hotel at 2pm after hiring out two floors at a cost of $40,000.
She then dined at the hotel's China Tang restaurant with her friends and family, before moving on to her private party at London's Punk nightclub which was packed with celebrity pals including Kelly Osbourne, Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood, David Walliams and her boyfriend, The Kills rocker Jamie Hince.
Kate, who wore a star-studded Chanel jumpsuit and sported a gold star over her right eye for the glam rock-themed bash at Punk, danced to 80s pop until 3am.
She then returned to The Dorchester's Royal Penthouse with a handful of close friends, who she kindly had booked taxis for. When they got back, Kate was treated to a Diamond Chaser cocktail, a drink created especially for Britain's Princess Margaret in the 60s which contains vintage champagne, cognac, and an unknown special ingredient.
Kate then moved on to the north London house of her friend Rose Ferguson at 6am, before leaving at 8am and returning with just a few hardcore pals to her new $16 million home in St John's Wood, north London, carrying several bottles of vodka.