After a marathon session, Kate Moss’ party bandwagon rolled on back to her new home in St John’s Wood around 8am this morning for yet more carousing.
In a clear sign the festivities are still far off letting up, one guest arrived with a bottle of vodka in tow.
Determined to spend an hour celebrating every year she has lived, the supermodel is midway through the mother of all birthday bashes, beginning with champagne at the Dorchester at 2.30pm yesterday.
Moss has spent a staggering £37,000 so far, and the celebrations are still not over.
The party is understood to have commenced around in suites over two floors at the Dorchester costing £20,000 a night.
Moss arrived yesterday afternoon wearing a white fur coat and was joined in the early stages by her five-year-old daughter Lila Grace.
Sir Philip Green, billionaire boss of Topshop, who has employed Moss to design a sell-out fashion range, changed out of his conservative suit into a curious jacket decorated with winged creatures for the occassion.
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood and his family, were also at the hotel.
There was no sign of Pete Doherty, her former rock star boyfriend.
Other absentees included Stella McCartney, Sadie Frost as well as her close friend Rhys Ifans and his girlfriend Sienna Miller.
Her closest female friends - Davinia Taylor, Meg Mathews and Kelly Osbourne - were on hand for what has been reported as a “girlie pampering session” involving cream teas and pink champagne.