*The Emmy Awards season wouldn’t be complete without a star-studded Doris Bergman soiree.
Well, consider the season in full swing as Bergman recently hosted her 10th Annual Luxury Lounge & Party in honor of the Emmy Awards – at the Fig & Olive restaurant in West Hollywood.
More than 100 of Hollywood insiders attended the enviable invitation-only event held in honor of the Emmy Awards, television’s biggest night, which aired on Fox, Sunday, Sept 22, from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
Some of those on hand for the festivities were 2019 Emmy nominee Glynn Turman (How To Get Away With Murder), former Oscar nominees Edward James Olmos and Eric Roberts, Grammy-winners Bonnie and Anita Pointer (The Pointer Sisters), Rebecca Metz (Better Things), previous Emmy winners Patrika Darbo and Kim Estes, Makenzie Moss (The Unicorn), Hollywood icons Marilu Henner, Dee Wallace, Tristan Rogers and Deidre Hall, previous Emmy nominees Shanti Lowry and Miles Tagtmeyer, John Brotherton (Fuller House), Danielle Nicolette (The Flash), Deborah Joy Winans (Greenleaf), former Golden Globe nominee Steven Bauer, Chris Browning (Bosch), Jeryl Prescott (Swampthing), Keo Motsepe (Dancing With The Stars), Award-winning Actress Kimberly Elise, former Los Angeles Laker Norman Nixon, Sofia Milos, William McNamara, Ryan Ochoa (Pair of Kings) and Brian J. White (Ambition).
The event, hosted by Buywine.com and presented by Precious Vodka & PRSVR, was complemented by Fig & Olive cuisine, lively music, camaraderie and lots of swag. A good time was had by all.
Some of the goodies participants walked away with inside the 2019 Luxury Lounge & Party was fashion for him and her including couture gowns, bespoke tuxedos and suits, men and women’s casual wear, chic chapeaus, vegan leather bags, beauty, skin & hair care, Cannabis and CBD products, jewelry, accessories, Napa Valley wines, health foods, scented candles, Bulgarian vodka, and gourmet sweets.
The crowd was serenaded by The B2wins, twin brothers from Rio de Janeiro who perform on violin and ukulele.
Swag and amenities were provided by Green Goddess Collective; Popcornopolis; Spa Girl Cocktails; Zirconmania; Diamond Veneer; Author Kathlyn Heim The Rules of Nine; Twisted Silver; Debbi DiMaggio; Hint; Pia Gladys Perey Designs; O Skin & Med Spa; Browlesque; Buywine.com, Charise Noel Jewelry; My Saint My Hero Blessing Bracelets; Art Lewin Bespoke; Sue Wong Couture; True Gold Honey; LuLaRoe Clothing.
More gifts were provided by Pachamama CBD Products; PRSVR; Beviva Foods; Kam Shield; Lucy Pet Foundation Dog Treats; Harvest Snaps; Sea Snacks; Green Goo Skin Care; Dog TV; Beauty Kitchen; Rock Your Hair; The Hollywood Trinity; Emmy’s Hope Dog Accessories; Chapstick Lip Balm; Cameo Social Media App and VIP gift bags provided by Popcornopolis.
Buywine.com presented hope & grace (Dry Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon), which began its journey as a winery in 2001 with a small production of Pinot Noir from the Santa Lucia Highlands.
PRSVR, described as an Elevated Design House, is owned by husband and wife Brandon and Margaret Williamson, who described the brand as “mid-tier luxury”. The company’s $98 stash box, made of vegan leather, was a hit. The collections focus is on outerwear, accessories, and footwear. Celebrities wearing PRSVR include Diddy, Nelly, Derrick Rose, Tank, Kevin Durant, LaLa, Rel Howery, David Tutera, singers Neyo, and Anthony Hamilton and more.
Karina Safaoui, publicist for O Skin & Med Spa said the company’s sunscreen “takes care of the skin inside out and brightens the skin.”
Sylvia Tam, Beviva Foods owner, said she named the company, which features plant-based mini-meals – after her children – Benjamin, Viani, and Vanessa. Beviva is a healthy way to snack and features foods persons can eat on the go. It’s digestion supporting, dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free and contains antioxidants.
Since she began participating in Doris Bergman events, Charise Noel said her company is enjoying a lot more exposure. Several celebrities, including Rebecca Metz and Mary Lou Henner, are now wearing her unique jewelry.
In the spirit of giving back, guests and sponsors made monetary donations and/or donated unwrapped gifts for young adults (ages 13-18) for a pre-holiday gift drive benefiting Wednesday’s Child — a weekly segment airing on KTTV FOX 11 News, Los Angeles, with Anchor Christine Devine. Wednesday’s Child highlights ‘harder to place’ young adults in the LA County foster care system who are in need of adoptive families.
“In Los Angeles County, alone, there are over 30,000 children receiving child welfare services,” said social worker, Dr. William Wong. Bergman always invites at least two foster youth to join in on the festivities and experience what it feels like to be treated like a VIP. http://www.foxla.com/wednesdays-child