As a pre-event for the Golden Globes, Jayneoni Moore‘s Boom Boom Room is all that. Over 70 children’s apparel companies participated in this charity event, and simply eat up all of that attention.
The eco-friendly apparel of Origany was “showered with compliments,” from more than 80 celebrity moms and dads at the two-day event which took place in January at Century Plaza in Beverly Hills, CA. CEO and founder Raj Sardesh says he was delighted with the number of celebrities who dropped by his booth. “We were touched by the overwhelmingly positive response, as well as the personal connection we developed with those celebrity parents we met.”
Zooni rubbed elbows with the stars and showcased their fun, handmade accessories at the gifting suite. Many celebs signed their VIP hat box, which is being donated to Save the Children and Embrace Global.
The Episencial skincare line for babies, kids “and the planet” features Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar and was a big hit with celebrities. Ali Landry, (who also has her own children’s line Belle Parish) says, “Wow – thyme oil in the Episencial cleanser, that is so great. I haven’t found anything that helps my daughter’s sensitive skin until now.”
Lisa Kanouse’s clothing line, Saurette, also glowed with lots of kudos from celebrities like Joely Fisher and Taylor Dayne.
It was just a love fest! Wouldn’t it be great if these kinds of events were staged for regular people, too? Still, it’s all for charity…and perhaps a little publicity, too (you think?).