sbe’s Nightingale + EVITA Celebrates Pride Month with Dua Lipa, Adam Lambert, David LaChapelle & More
As Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted in sunny Los Angeles sbe’s Nightingale has positioned itself as THE night club to attend.
Party goers were treated to an evening celebrating the LGBTQ community with a performance by Orville Peck who wow’d attendees with his cover of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.” sbe’s Nightingale’s opening festivities were hosted by the new restaurant delivery app CITIZENS GO, launched by C3(Creating Culinary Communities), the revolutionary food and beverage platform founded by Sam Nazarian. CITIZENS GO provides meal delivery and pickup options across C3‘s network of more than 200 ghost kitchens, brick-and-mortar restaurants and the soon-to-open food halls.
Pop-star Dua Lipa surprised the crowd and arrived with an entourage including her glam team, Chris Appleton and well known stylist Johnny Wujek. Dualipa was dancing the night away next to the DJ Booth with her friends. At one point the DJ handed her the microphone where she welcomed attendees yelling, “Happy Pride Babies!” Other guests in attendance included David LaChapelle, Daphne Guinness, and Diplo. Notable Youtube Stars, Nikita Dragun, Gigi Gorgeous and Patrick Starrr were also in attendance amongst the crowd. After his performance, Orville
Peck treated himself to fries from Umami Burger, food tech platform C3’s brick and mortar and digital restaurant brand. Overall the evening was a success with a packed house, kicking off both LA’s reopening and Pride Month!
With dozens of parties held during Super Bowl weekend, how does one quite stand out? Well, how about taking over an entire hotel because why not right? That’s what Budweiser did Saturday night as they transformed the entire Nautilus by Arlo South Beach Hotel into the exclusive BUDX Hotel.
This weekend DIRECTV NFL continued to celebrate the biggest game of the year in style. On Saturday, the high-end hospitality space featured one-of-a-kind experiences and special athlete appearances.
The fashion at this year’s American Music Awards red carpet was next level. Selena Gomez returned to the limelight in a lime green mini dress and Dua Lipa strutted in Barbie-doll pink. Summer colors seemed to fit the theme with LA’s lack of Fall at this year’s AMA’s.
Jamie Foxx, Gwyneth Paltrow, Diplo, Paris Hilton, Nicky Hilton Rothschild, Lance Bass, Sara Foster, Hannah Bronfman, Nikki Reed, Chantel Jeffries, Rachel Zoe and more of Hollywood’s A-list set toasted the Grand Opening of 1 Hotel West Hollywood, located in the heart of the Sunset Strip. Barry Sternlicht, Chariman and CEO of Starwood Capital Group, celebrated the grand opening of his mission-driven brand with an exclusive, invite-only on Tuesday night.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Janelle Monae, Diplo, Paris Hilton, Wilmer Valderamma, Rumer Willis, Scout Willis, Winnie Harlow, Estelle, Dylan McDermott, Billy Idol, Michael Chow, Nicholas Kirkwood and more of Hollywood’s A-list set toasted the Grand Opening of The West Hollywood EDITION hotel, located in the heart of the Sunset Strip. The legendary Ian Schrager and Arne Sorenson hosted the exclusive, invite-only event on Wednesday night.
Mom and dad, I know this is hard to hear, but I have to come out. I’ve never been to a dance music festival. Sure, I work in a nightclub and have seen electronic shows, but never have I dared step in the open air.
Live in concert at the Electric Brixton in London, French rapper Niska, set South London on fire on Tuesday night.
Charli XCX premiered her new single ‘Boys’ this afternoon. The British pop singer, known for being featured on hit songs like ‘Fancy’ is back with some new heat and this time she brought a big boy gang along. The video features a long list of boys we might all be guilty of fan girling over.