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How To Get Inside London’s Boujis And Mahiki Clubs: Good Genes

by | 17th, December 2007

boujis_1.jpgHOW do you get inside boujis nightclub, London haunt of Princes Harry and William, and other boys and gels for whom jacket and jeans is a relaxed look, those sons and daughters of captain’s of industry, royals and the rich?

The Times’ how to guide is written by Hugo Rifkind, who appears dressed in a white linen suit and T-shirt.

Rifkind is at pains to tell us this is first trip indoors boujis and Mahiki, the other nightclub the penny loafer set move on to.

“First things first: getting in,” writes Rifkind. “Not so easy.” Thankfully he has a friend called Jemma who is “plainly a Boujis regular”.

This might be how Rifkind got the job. “Anyone know how to get into boujis?” asks the Times’ editor. The assorted Indias, Wills and Ruperts keep heads down. Only a Hugo pipes up.

He’s in, able to mix with the sons and daughters of him and her, the winners in life’s gene lottery.

Rifkind is the son of former Conservative Cabinet Minister and MP, Sir Malcolm Rifkind.
And against all the odds, he’s on a expense account and inside the exclusive club…

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