The 2014 Red Carpet Style Lounge hosted by Secret Room Events brought lavish gifts and animal rights awareness to the Golden Globe Awards. What better way to honor the nominees and presenters than with a day full of fun, style and glamour! Read on for all the exciting details.
The biggest names in Hollywood were treated to luxurious and innovative gifts at the 2014 Red Carpet Style Lounge hosted by Secret Room Events, all while benefiting People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. PETA is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than three million members and supporters.
Secret Room Events: The Ultimate Golden Globe Awards Gift Lounge
Golden Globe winner Joe Lo Truglio of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, along with Nebraska‘s Bruce Dern, The Butler‘s Colin Walker and Jim O’Heir of Parks and Recreation were just some of the celebrities that attended the 2014 Red Carpet Style Lounge hosted by Secret Room Events on Jan.10 at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills.
Lucky attendees were gifted with a seven day getaway to the exotic, eco-luxury hotel Rancho Pacifico Costa Rico, anti-aging skin products products by LifeCell South Beach Skin and the ultimate in fashion by LeJolie.com.
Other top of the line beauty and skincare products included: DNK Skin Care, Daisy MD Care, The Art of Skin Care, Joey New York, Astara Skin Care, Iso Beauty, Favor Care Organics, Serenity Skincare–Natural & Organic and Zen Society Skincare.
Fabulous organic hair products included Glop & Glam Hair Products, yummy smelling and perfect for kids who refuse to wash their hair! Also for toddlers and kids, must-have books MaggieMooseTracks, the adventures of Maggie the dog and her furry friends.
Swiss Diamond gifted guests with real diamond crystal cookware.
Memory foam and eco-friendly mattresses were gifted by Vivon.
Author, mother and speaker Stephanie Henry of ‘If Only I Could Sleep’, was on hand to sign copies of her inspirational memoir of survival.
The spectacular Red Carpet Style Lounge hosted by Secret Room Events benefited PETA, which focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry. PETA works through public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.
–Reporting by Sandra Clark