Karma International Continues to Awe with 9th Annual Masquerade

Karma International’s 9th Annual “Karma Masquerade”  brought out masks, mysteries, and mayhemlast Saturday night at Hollywood’s Liaison Lounge.

Karma International continuously outdoes themselves on events and their last masquerade at Liaison Lounge in Hollywood was no exception. A completely immersive experience, the “Karma Masquerade” intertwined the elegance and ambiance of Venice’s or Rio’s Carnival with the intrigue of ’50 Shades of Grade’. From spirits to entertainments, every detail was impeccably covered for the over 500 tastemakers and VIP’s in attendance.

Among Hollywood’s elite several celebrities were on the scene last weekend including: Christina Milian, who dove into the masquerade spirit.


Josh Henderson (The Arrangement) looking casual, but smoldering as ever.


DWTS pro Keo Motsepe who was ready for a good time.

E!’s “What Happens At The Abbey” star Chelsea Jeffers, who left very little to the imagination.


Recording Artist Jean Watts, spent her night alongside Henderson and Milian.

And Shah’s of Sunset stars Shervin Roohparvar and Mercedes Javid, who also attended the Liaison opening in January, revisited for the night of festivities.

Along with their very hot guest list, Karma International provided entertainment with beautifully displayed themed dancers and the best music by DJCJ and DJ Bad Ash. Specialty beverages provided by Monster Energy and Ghost Water made sure that invitees got liquid courage for the dance floor. And as an added treat the club showcased Stephen Verona’s historical art collection throughout the party.

Although membership will cost you, Karma International is globally recognized for their branded experiential events. And if the way they’ve partied in 2017 is any indicator, the 2018 “Karma Masquerade” should not be missed. Learn more at www.karmainternatinal.com.

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