Women In Film, Los Angeles (WIF) kicked off Oscars weekend with its 11th Annual Women In Film Pre-Oscar Party at the historic and newly redesigned Crustacean Beverly Hills. The evening, hosted by Oscar-winning actress Emma Stone and Oscar-winning producer and WIF President Cathy Schulman, honored all the women, in front of and behind the camera, who have been nominated for an Academy Award this year. Nearly thirty 90th Academy Award
Last night, Audi, the official automotive partner and vehicle provider of the 68th Emmy Awards, hosted its seventh annual pre-Emmy event at the brand-new Catch restaurant in West Hollywood. The evening was top notch at Catch right across from the Pacific Design Center, which will officially open at the end of this month. The place itself was beyond beautiful with a hip rooftop that is so on demand these days.
Vanity Fair continued their Hollywood Campaign takeover by partnering up with Stuart Weitzman to host a private luncheon this afternoon to celebrate Hollywood triple threat, Elizabeth Banks. The event was held at A.O.C. in Los Angeles, and benefited Vital Voices Global Partnership, an organization that identifies, trains and empowers emerging women leaders and social entrepreneurs around the globe, enabling them to create a better world. Attendees included: Elizabeth Banks, Lily
Invite Only – Vanity Fair and Stuart Weitzman will host a private luncheon party at A.O.C. to toast Elizabeth Banks and her success as an actor, director and producer.
In the midst of the 73rd annual Golden Globes, W Magazine threw an elegant soirée at the Chateau Marmont filled up with black and white pictures from their “Best Performances” Issue. As the evening began, paparazzis as usual crept up in front of the entrance of the Chateau waiting for the stars including Elizabeth Banks, Kristen Wiig, Suki Waterhouse and more to get dropped off in their Audi all-new 2017