Arts & Culture

It’s So LA’s™ Captured the Flavor of the French Rivera with a Pre-Cannes Salon Tease on Luxury Yacht

Right on the heels of The Newport Beach Film Festival, It’s So LA’s™ Kellie Koppel and Mamz’elle Margalette’s Stephanie Audoin created buzz for the upcoming Cannes Film Festival with a pre-Cannes salon tease of the French Rivera at Newport Beach Harbor on the Paradiso yacht celebrating fashion, film, and music.

Guests onboard enjoyed a hosted bar flowing with specialty drinks courtesy of Status Vodka, Tequila Loca, Lucadia Winery, Cascal, and O.N.E. Coconut Water, while enjoying the fashions of Designer Eloise Lapidus and Richie Williams of Bobo House Fashion, who presented elegant fashion from their collection of front drape leather vests, long and short pants for women, as well as a variety of tank tops.  Also onhands were French designers showcasing collections from Jean Paul Gaultier, BoBo House, Eloise Lapidus, Cosmo Queen, Babylone, Jen Mood, and Blue Glue.

There was creative stimuli everywhere to be found, including French Film sneak-peeks. Celebrity DJ’s Christos Kedras and Sonikem were spinning live on the decks, while guests perused and bid on designer and luxury silent auction items. Guests delighted in raffle prizes and giveaways, and took intimate boat rides throughout the harbor, all while being treated to white glove services and pampering in true “Cote Azure” style.

Liz Kelly introduced the Goody Awards, which recognizes those making positive contributions to their communities , particularly those with disabilities.   More information can be found at GoodyAwards.com.  Jason Goodman, CEO of 20th Century 3D, explained how he has been in the 3D movie business for 20 years and there is an increasing demand for 3D entertainment, growing every day.

It’s So LA™ presented this event in true style, as they always do. They are a trans-media entertainment company dedicated to bringing the “LA experience” to any event (services include hosted media lounges, luxury gifting suites, sketch comedy event experiences, branded integrated digital production services, and branded social media event gaming).

Mamz’ elle Margalette was created by Stephanie Audoin in 1997. With 20 years of haute couture expertise, her clients include: Armani, Emmanuel Ungaro, Kenzo, Barbara Bui, Robert Clergerie, Paul Ka, and Eloise Lapidus. It’s So LA™ and Mamz’elle Margalette collectively expose the French flavor to the United States and the Los Angeles spirit to the French.

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