Here at Steps4Paws we believe that every dog deserves a loving home with compassion and respect. That is why we have made it our purpose to help save lives, one dog at a time” Steps4Paws founder Vered Nisim
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 08, 2013
Fred Segal - Ron Robinson along with Steps4Paws fashion collection are uniting the world of fashion to support dog rescue organizations. On May 11, 2013 Ron Robinson will host the launch of Steps4Paws mens and womens shirt collection at a VIP storewide event. Celebrities and guests will spend an afternoon sipping wine and gourmet cupcakes By Georgetown Cupcakes, while shopping the newest trends in graphic tees, all while supporting Best Friends NKLA program. Steps4Paws will be showcasing their "My Dog Rescued Me" and "The Loyal and True" Collection, proceeds from these sales going to NKLA.
Invited VIP Guests on the list of supporters and dog lovers include Gilles Marini from “Dancing With The Stars” and “Sex and The City, The Movie;”, Frank Stallone, Emma Roberts, Marcia Gay Harden from “Into the Wild” and “Trophy Wife”, Mario Lopez, Eric Roberts from “The Dark Night”, William Shatner from “Star Trek”, Dog advocate and lover Penny Marshal “Laverne and Shirley”, and Charlene Tilton “Dallas”. Lauren Potter from “Glee”, Brandon Tyler Russell from “Tosh 2.0” and the movie, “Smitty” about a rescue dog and staring Peter Fonda and Mira Sorvino, as well as the 2013 movie “Wiener Dog Nationals”. Also showing up to support the cause were Bebe Wood from “The New Normal;” Zibby Allen “Grey’s Anatomy”; David Steen “Django Unchained”; Eric Millegan “Bones”; and Maggie Elizabeth Jones who co-starred in “We Bought a Zoo” with Matt Damon and is on the Fox series “Ben and Kate.”
In addition to the many celebrities and guests, our biggest stars will be the 3 rescue puppies Best Friends will have on site for adoption, looking for their forever home.
"Bringing the fashion world together for this cause, along with Fashion icon Ron Robinson, we will make a difference" Steps4paws founder Vered Nisim.