Roberto Cavalli Vodka Presented The Third Annual Avant Garde Fashion Event Hosted by Vivica A. Fox

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Star Of "Shark City," Vivica A. Fox, Hosted Her Film Premiere After Party During A Los Angeles Fashion Week Event Sponsored By Roberto Cavalli Vodka.

Vivica A Fox

This was a great event to be a part of for LA Fashion Week. To be able to create this fantasy charm of Avant-Garde to the catwalk is something that artists love to do.

On March 19, 2009, Roberto Cavalli Vodka presented the Third Annual Avant Garde Fashion Event hosted by leading lady Vivica A. Fox star of "Shark City." The Avant Garde Fashion Show presented the beautiful 2009 Just Cavalli collection in which, models were overflowing with trendy exotic crafted garments. Dramatic, fantasy hair and make-up was provided by Polaris Cosmetics which added the special touches to the avant garde feel of the catwalk. It was a special evening celebrating the elegant and swinging classic casino at Boulevard3 in Hollywood.

The night brought out director of 'Shark City,' Justine Levine, who walked hostess Vivica A. Fox down the red carpet. The lovely ladies of Beat Freaks, from MTV's America's Best Dance Crew, shined on the carpet as they do on stage. Actors Harland Williams and Lady Victoria Hervey also enjoyed the night, as did Ron Jeremy, Lisa Gastineau, Corey Haim, Pamela Hasselhofff, Dave Foley and D.Woods (DanityKane).

"This was a great event to be a part of for LA Fashion Week. To be able to create this fantasy charm of Avant-Garde to the catwalk is something that artists love to do." says creator and founder Cristina Romeo of Polaris Cosmetics.
Guests at Boulevard3 were placing their bets at the provided poker tables with illuminating Roberto Cavalli Vodka ice sculptures on display. Tables were overflowing as guests placed their orders on the very popular vodka throughout the night. Featured Roberto Cavalli Vodga Magnum bottles were used for this special occasion to supply the demand from the content guests as they enjoyed the fashion show.

"The night was made so that everyone got a taste of an elegant classic casino--to make guests feel that they were in Las Vegas when they walked through the doors. From the poker tables to Cavalli Vodka, to the avant garde fashion show," states D.Woods of Danity Kane.

European Rock artist, Merlinmoon, treated guests to a spectacular live performance. His twenty minute set brought the crowd to their feet and his psychedelic sounds provided the music during the Avant-Garde Just Cavalli fashion show which featured the 2009 spring collection. The creative fashion show, produced by Avid Exposure, highlighted Cavalli's famous cheetah print designs and some models even walked down the run-way with the Cavalli vodka bottle in hand. In addition, DJ Shy of KISS-FM mixed the beats with her unique style that made the crowd never wanting to leave the dance floor.

About Roberto Cavalli Vodka: Produced in line with Italian tradition and the experience of the best distilleries, Roberto Cavalli Vodka is sophisticated and elegant, for more discerning palates. Made with the purest water gushing from the slopes of Monte Rosa, Roberto Cavalli Vodka is produced to the finest grown in the valleys where the south-western Alps meet the river Po. The alcohol is carefully distilled until it achieves a perfect taste. Cavalli's is the first vodka made entirely in Italy; inspired by and dedicated to the sexy woman, the icon and eternal muse of Cavalli style.

About Polaris Cosmetics, Incorporated: Polaris Cosmetics comes from the Latin name for the great North Star, which is the brightest star in the heavens. Polaris Cosmetics delivers a brilliant make-up line using the finest hypo-allergenic ingredients to achieve our client's ultimate beauty and perfection. Polaris Cosmetics was founded in 1998, by Cristina Romeo, on the principals of continuously providing excellent customer service and cutting edge products.

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Laura Wright at Avid Exposure on (310) 358-9232


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