|By PR Newswire||
|February 19, 2013 04:51 PM EST||
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Secret Room Events and Easter Seals will present a lavish Tropical Red Carpet Celebrity Retreat from 11am-7pm on February 21st, 2013 at a private location in Beverly Hills. Honoring the 85th Academy Awards, its nominees and presenters, this exclusive invite only event will play host to nominees, celebrities, stylists, press and television crews.
This unique tropical themed event will benefit Easter Seals, who will be onsite taking donations and spreading awareness of their amazing organization. Easter Seals provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities (www.easterseals.com).
The Tropical Celebrity Retreat will give Academy Award nominees, celebrities, stylists, media and press a chance to escape into a luxurious tropical oasis. Upon entrance, guests will be greeted with leis as tunes from Bob Marley echo throughout
Wolfgang Puck will host a luxurious lounge serving Wolfgang Puck Hot and Iced Coffees and bundtini cakes. Drinks will be named after the Best Picture Nominees. As guests wait for their capuccinos, mochiccinos, Espressos, Organic Hot Chocolate or Teas, they will scribble their personal choice for Best Picture, Actor or Actress on an oversized Chalkboard or Canvas. Guests can also have their favorite Oscar nominated movie written by an Art Intern in sparkle ink, (like a tattoo), on their arm, ankle, etc. A 6' tall Marilyn Monroe tropical painting will be displayed. Also within the lounge will be the following specialty treatments:
- Lollipop Nails offering Handmade Organic Polish Manicures
- Dial M for Makeup Artists offering make up applications
- Blow Angels will provide a braid specialist and hair blow outs using Conair Hairdryers dipped in Red Ferrari Paint
- Beauty & Brainy Social Media Station Photo Booth where interns will post & tag Secret Room Events & Fashionomics LIVE on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Pinterest.
Guests will be able to enjoy sweets from local chocolatiers, liquor and wineries from Next Level Spirits, Andrew Murray Vineyards, Chef Rix and Chuao Chocolatier. The Red Carpet Celebrity Retreat's platinum sponsors include iMAX Corp. and Crest Whitestrips. Crest Whitestrips will be featured at the Secret Room Events 2013 Red Carpet Celebrity Retreat. Attendees will have the opportunity to pick up Crest 3D White 2 Hour Express Whitestrips and even try them firsthand while walking around the Lounge. Guests can also jump in the Oscars-themed Smile Booth and experience their own red carpet smile moment.
The Red Carpet Celebrity Retreat is the only gift lounge offering celebrity guests complimentary trips to over 9 different luxury destinations, villas and private islands in their Aloha Travel Lounge - a new concept for gift suites and exclusive to Secret Room Events. Guests will also be able to pick from an array of high-end bikinis and walk away with a set of new concept designer suitcases to complete this amazing experience.
Trips will be given to the following exotic destinations below:
- Ti Sana Detox Retreat and Spa Italy
- Sparkling Hill Canada
- Las Verandas Roatan
- Hotel Espana Spain
- Viceroy Bali
- COCO Collection/COCO Prive Maldives
- Royal Belize
- Pimalai Resort and Spa Thailand
- Park Hyatt Aviara Resort San Diego
- Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island
At the onsite Tiki Gift Lounge, celebrities will be able to indulge in the newest and hottest apparel, accessories, skincare, cosmetics, and gadgets from the following sponsors:
- Country Connections, Inc.
- Gloria Del Rio
- Abundant Life Essentials
- Organic Skincare U.S.
- The Finest Accessories
- Julie Lopez
- Maui Maid
- Bare Love Beauty, Inc.
- New Beauty Magazine
- Ronaldo Designer Jewelry, Inc.
- Essential Formulas Incorporated
- Viva Beads
- Bliss Nutritional Sciences, Inc.
- CANDORI by Amy Cannon Cooper
- Pure Skin Labs/Pure Pedi
- Eminence Organic Skin Care
- Mala Collective
- Arbol de Viento
- Kix'ies Thigh Highs
- Kim Salmela
As guests leave, a gift bag will be given with amazing products from:
- Alice's Tapesteries
- Khush Clothing
- Sail to Sable
- Animal Reiki Source
- Green Beauty/Herbal Science
- Reina Mora
- Ulysses Press
- Old Growth Riverwood
- Charise Noel Necklaces
- LOVE JUDY DESIGNS
- Taymor Industries
- Melissa Squire Fashion Design
- SHIFFA DUBAI
- HAZEL NY
- MAKE MY DAY BEAUTIFUL! ®
- Charmed Design
- Oliver Pearl/Author/The Gentle Dentist
- Cliffside Malibu
- Heaven Scent, LLC
- Krimson Klover
- Debra Winkler/ Singing the Song of Life
- Thimblepress by Kristen Ley
- COWFISH by TENDER TOOTSIES
- Cameras for Kids Foundation
- The Pink Orange
- The Squares,LLC
- Ingrid Wright Collectibles
- Some Like it Vintage
- Arkan Bijoux
- WICKED SENSUAL CARE COLLECTION
- Jump Your Bones Pet Treats
- Rachel Tribble
- Cherry Blooms
- Atomic Tabs, LLC
- Cloud Cookies
- Sandra Palmer
- Byron Bay Cookies
- Herff Christiansen
- Cliff Bar
- Show Me Animal Products
- Wrenchware, INC
Secret Room Events would like to wish luck to the following Academy Awards nominees. To name a few....
Bradley Cooper, Daniel Day-Lewis, Hugh Jackman, Joaquin Phoenix, Denzel Washington, Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Emmanuelle Riva, Quvenzhané Wallis, Naomi Watts, Sally Fields and more.
For media or talent, please rsvp to: [email protected]
Red carpet all day long. Car service available for nominees.
ABOUT SECRET ROOM EVENTS:
Secret Room Events produces the most exclusive gift lounges and suites in Hollywood for various award shows as well as special hand delivered nominee baskets. Secret Room Events sister company, Backstage Bag produces the highly popular Celebrity Mom and Baby Baskets and Celebrity Baby and Kids Cabana exclusively for celebrity moms who are pregnant or have kids under 10.
For more information on future sponsorship please contact Ralph at 310-403-3384 or Amy by email at: [email protected]
SOURCE Secret Room Events
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