Sue Wong Welcomes The Year of the Horse with Lunar New Year Fete

Hollywood society, entertainment and fashion insiders celebrate Chinese New Year.

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From left Lion King director Robert Minkoff (left), designer Sue Wong, Twilight Music Editor Adam Smalley, and screenwriter Michael Tupy

This Year of the Horse is supposed to be about forging ahead with new ideas so we’re excited to welcome it with the social event of the season!

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 04, 2014

International bon vivant designer SUE WONG ushered in the Year of the Horse with a star-studded Lunar New Year event at her glamorous and historical Hollywood palazzo The Cedars. The stylish hostess opened her doors to a bevy of entertainment, society and fashion celebrities who joined in celebrating what has been described as a “fiery” year ahead. Spotted among the revelers were actress Kelly Hu, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Joyce Giraud and husband Michael Ohoven, actress and producer Kimberley Kates, former pro NBA star John Salley and wife Natasha Duffy, character actor Ric Young, beauty queens Adriana Davalos and current Miss Hong Kong Erin Tjoe, Jennia Fredrique, Maitland Ward, young stars Elizabeth Guest, Charlene Amoia, Katherine Bailess, Carly Craig among others.

Highlights of the evening included musical performances by Melissa Lee Diehl and opera singer Michael Peer, as well as the traditional Chinese ribbon dance by local troupe Outer Crew. Sue explained that this “yang wood” year is fraught with exciting and combustible events and this celebration was an ideal way to kick it off. She says, “This Year of the Horse is supposed to be about forging ahead with new ideas so we’re excited to welcome it with the social event of the season!”

ABOUT SUE WONG
For over two decades, Sue Wong has been astonishing fashion aficionados with collection after collection of ravishing dresses that prove both timeless and timely. She has dressed countless of celebrities who have since become devoted fans. Distinguished by the impeccable quality of traditional couture dress making, her designs are suffused with Old Hollywood glamour, steeped in romance and mystery while being utterly modern and accessible to women everywhere. Sue continues to forge new ground in defining fashion that transcends generations and boundaries even as she creates masterpieces of passion and desire expressed through inimitable style. Sue Wong is available from $350 to $900 nationwide at specialty boutiques, major department stores including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Lord & Taylor, Macy’s and internationally in over 27 countries.

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