Last Sunday, April 16th, Katy Perry hosted an Easter Day “Recovery” Brunch, produced by John Terzian’s of The h.wood Group. The colorful daytime event during Coachella Weekend 1 featured an exclusive pop-up debuting her Katy Perry Footwear collection designed with Johnny Wujeck, Creative Director for Katy Perry Collections and good friend. Guests re-fueled with vitamin elixirs, oxygen bars and reflexology massages, including a festive Easter egg hunt by Cover Girl,
Invite Only – Katy Perry will host an Easter Day “Recovery” Brunch on Sunday, April 16. Featuring an exclusive pop-up of the debut Katy PerryFootwear collection, guests can re-fuel with vitamin elixirs, oxygen bars and reflexology massages, then keep the festivities going with a Cover Girl Easter egg hunt and DJ sets by Mia Moretti, Balthazar Getty & Bobby French.
Invite Only – Two new Mac sandwiches – the Grand MacTM and Mac JrTM join the legendary Big Mac sandwich on the menu at McDonald’s this month for a limited time, proving there is truly now a Mac for any moment! McDonald’s will celebrate with a star-studded party celebrating the music industry, featuring live performances and surprise red carpet with performers include musician and social media sensation, DJ Khaled along
The Billboard No. 1 UK-born artist Neon Hitch celebrated the release of her first full length album Anarchy and she graciously took a moment to thank the crowded VIP back room at Bootsy Bellows. Performing three songs from her new album: Anarchy, Fried Chicken, and Grade & Liquor, Neon was introduced by DJ and friend Balthazar Getty while onlookers which included some of today’s biggest celebrities danced the night away
Patrons and supporters of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles arrived at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016, to honor Ed Ruscha at its annual star-studded gala and this year’s edition was a particularly enthusiastic and energetic one. For this year’s event, the dining pavilion erected outside of The Geffen Contemporary was transformed into into an immersive setting remincent of Ed Ruscha’s Los Angeles–