4,500 of the city’s best dressed came out for Vancouver’s largest outdoor pop-up dinner Tuesday night.

The global event Diner en Blanc is in its fourth year in Vancouver, popping up in different locations all over the city. Last night the outdoor soiree set up a dinner for 4,500 at Canada Place.Edit_01Alexandra Thompson and Kerri-Lynn Kilbey were among the style savvy who attended the fourth annual Diner en Blanc Vancouver celebrations at Canada Place. Edit_02Funnel Distribution’s Jessica Slavic and Mine & Yours‘ Courtney Watkins were among the lucky 4,500 who snapped up an invitation to the pop-up dinner. Edit_03Vancouver Sun and Province newspaper’s Pete Ryznar and realtor Devon Owen attended the fourth instalment of Diner en Blanc Vancouver. A record crowd dined at the party of the summer. Edit_04Student Rohan Connor accompanied Yogi Omar, decked out in a full length faux fur coat, to the annual summertime tradition.Edit_05Vanhattan’s Man About Town Fred Lee partied down with Western Living magazine editor-in-chief Anicka Quin and Catherine Bargen of Just Outcomes. Edit_06Newlyweds Riaz Meghji and Lori Massini made the scene at Vancouver’s waterfront.Edit_07a Tyson Villeneuve and Jordan Kallman, orchestrators of Vancouver’s Diner en Blanc celebrations,  greeted a record crowd to the all-white posh party, that first originated in Paris, France.Edit_08Style mavens Crystal Carson and Natalie Langston.Edit_09Gotham Steakhouse president Neil Aisenstat and Jessica Taylor were among the throngs of partygoers who participated in the worldwide phenomenon.Edit_10Futura Corporation CEO Amar Doman and his wife Natallie enjoyed a date night with friends at Vancouver’s largest outdoor dinner.Edit_11Tesla‘s Robin Peterson and Cactus Club founder Richard Jaffray attended Vancouver’s all-white exclusive party.Edit_12Hawksworth Restaurant‘s Brody Jones and Chad Clark prepared hundreds of meals for those who opted not to bring their own dinner.Edit_13Sam Merrell and Rachel Steinebach exchanged vows at a public wedding witnessed by 4,500 people.