Luxury Bazaar Celebrity Style
Stars go wild for GBK’s “Luxury Bazaar for the Senses”
At a private estate in Beverly Hills, “A Luxury Bazaar for the Senses” was presented by GBK Productions, a luxury lifestyle gift lounge and special events company that attracts the hottest fun-loving stars in Hollywood.
American Idol’s super-nice guy Randy Jackson was there, along with stars from TV, movies and the sports world, such as boxing champ Sugar Ray Leonard. They all hooked up with their host, GBK founder Gavin B. Keilly and had “sweet time,” according to Sugar Ray.
NBA/ESPN’s Jalen Rose showed off that sports stars have style as he was impressed by the Roar Clothing, which promotes individuality with their fashions and products line.
Roar was the presenting sponsor of the Bazaar, and in a unique marketing push, offered the attending celebrities an opportunity to submit their favorite charity for a local billboard campaign to educate the masses about a worthwhile cause.
“When you’ve been blessed with so much, it’s good to help others,” said Randy Jackson, who was enjoying the event as well as promoting his Randy Jackson Eyewear. All the celebrities got a cool pair of shades from Jackson’s quality line, along with “Dawg Tags.”
The “Dawg” himself got a kick out of meeting another entrepreneur, young Hunter Stevens, who gave Jackson several of her Hunter Fashion Hair Clips for his daughters. Pint-size six-year-old Hunter was a delight as she enthusiastically told everyone that she designed every handmade hair clip, and gives part of her proceeds to organizations that help promote the physical, mental and spiritual development of young girls. The stars were struck by her awesome confidence.
Another big-hearted enterprise was Okobos, a unique footwear company that offered shoes designed to be a messenger of hope and a vehicle for change. Each product benefits their child-focused philanthropic organization. Among the stars praising Tom and Michelle Juza, the husband and wife behind Okobos, was daytime star Deidre Hall from Days of Our Lives, as well as Sara Rue, now seen on Eastwick.
On the food front, everyone was flocking to the folks from Johnny Rockets. Chosen by GBK as the “best American cuisine,” the restaurant group is a favorite with the Hollywood crowd. One of the pretty Rockets reps Elka Smith was happy to be serving samples of their delicious shakes to all the stars, especially the hunky Eddie Cibrian from CSI: Miami. His handsome face was smiling when he was handed a VIP gift card for Johnny Rockets. Sugar Ray Leonard was smacking his lips after sipping the milkshake, one of the Rockets specialties, along with great juicy burgers and old fashion fun.
Other fun items getting attention included Zen Jewelz by Jen, who was on site giving little mini energy consultations with the celebrities. It was followed by a gift of spiritual gemstone jewelry that would connect them to their higher self.
Audra & Dalilah, was gifting jewelry with a blend of handcrafted South American artisanship and contemporary design. The company called Three was gifting fashionable and functional accessories and bags for women and girls as well as their “Big Wave” professional gear for men. And tiny “socks” for Ipods and cell phones called Mocks, made everyone smile.
Guests were also getting gorgeous, with beauty treatments and products. RN Factor was developed by a wonderful nurse who combined the best of nature and science in her medicinal skin care products. Revitalash offered eyelash conditioner that lengthen and thickens eye lashes, as well as introduced their new hair product called Hair by Revitalash.
IT&LY HairFashion, made in Milan Italy put the spotlight on their Purity Design Styling Line with rich and luxurious phyto-derived antioxidants and UV inhibitors that hydrate and protect the hair.
Among the many celebs on the scene were Twilight’s Edi Gathegi, Marissa Jaret Winokur the Dancing with the Stars dynamo, Jenna Dewan, Lindsay Hartley, Ken Howard, Alana Stewart, and brothers Chris Massey (Zoey 101) and Kyle Massey (That’s So Raven).
The “Bazaar” event was so Hollywood!