Walking around Beverly Hills it is easy to see that the fairest season has finally descended upon our city and its inhabitants. The vibrant energy of summer is apparent in every storefront and sidewalk. People are spending more time outside enjoying our parks and canyons, shopping our award winning farmer’s market and undertaking the difficult task of picking the city’s best pie (congratulations to first place winner Gregory Lewandowski – feel free to drop one of your Honey Crunch Pecan Pies by our office any time!). The atmosphere of excitement and renewal has affected us, as well, and we’re inaugurating the season with a brand new event, a juicy TV show and a whole lot of Beverly Hills sparkle. It’s been a momentous month for us here at Beverly Hills Times!
We started by wrapping the first episode of the “Beverly Hills Times” TV show, the first of many coups that we have to celebrate this month. Production went off without a hitch thanks to a top notch production staff, our talented hosts, and a city of perpetually camera-ready commentators. No need to for multiple takes when we’re interviewing the likes of John Voight and Reza Momeni! Keep your eyes open for our insider’s take on entertainment news.
We didn’t want to assume that a new TV show was enough excitement for one month. After all, our citizens demand a lot of their busy lives. So we decided to throw a party. Or rather, a fashion show – the first of many that will occur monthly for your design-driven delight. The guests will be treated to an evening of cocktails, couture, and revelry at the Peninsula Hotel. The designers include Patricia Kennedy, Lourdes Chavez, BCBG, and Diana Ross vintage collections and Smokey Robinson will be dropping in to prep the crowd for breathtaking fashion and surprise guest models.
If this sounds like too much hedonism for one night, don’t worry – all the proceeds of the blind auction benefit the Dream Center’s charity darling, Red Eye Inc, an organization that affords the Hollywood community an opportunity to become involved in humanitarian efforts and explore culture and the arts. Fun, fashion, and philanthropy—we think we’re kicking off summer in the right spirit.