Grammy’s Style Lounge Showcases Variety Of Products, All For Charity
The event, which featured an array of items for people - and even some for pets - of all ages, benefited African Millennium, an organization that seeks to target poverty, hunger and disease in Africa, as well as the Venice Art Foundations.
Below are some of the items given to celebrities, stylists and other special guests.
1. I Love Pet Head
Perfect for the dog and cat lovers in Los Angeles, I Love Pet Head features a wide variety of products for the spoiled pet in your home. Created by a pet lover with at least nine dogs, six cats and two birds, the products include massaging bath mitts, double-sided brushes, shampoos designed with ingredients specially for dogs and dirty paws footbath, perfect to avoid the unavoidable muddy paws. The items are available at Pets Smart, PetCo and animal boutiques.
2. Geek Eyewear
One of the most popular tables at the gifting lounge belonged to Geek Eyewear. With a mission to celebrate “diversity, individuality, and creative enthusiasm of Geek culture,” the eyeglasses were a hit with the teenagers and adults who tried them on. The eyewear is no longer an accessory to that nerdy outfit costume. The glasses are a part of a growing popularity and fashion trend.
What kid doesn’t like stuffed animals? Add one that dances and sings to Justin Bieber and you have a must-have toy for many youngsters. Described as the “Lovestruck Beaver” Cuddle Barn has jumped on the Bieber Fever train with their new animal. The beaver wears a tilted baseball cap and a red hooded sweatshirt, yes just like the real Justin Bieber.
4. Bite-Lite Candles
Los Angeles may not have the most mosquitos. However, Bite-Lite’s new product described as natural mosquito repelling candles smell delicious. (Think lemonade or lemon bars) The company uses natural essential oils in their candles similar to citrus fruits some monkeys rub on for mosquito repellant. In fact, on the company’s website, there’s video of monkeys rubbing their candles on themselves to keep the mosquitos away. If it works for them, it certainly should work for us.
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