Tonight, I had the pleasure of attending an uber-classy event at Tiffany and Co in Beverly Hills featuring my friend, Aimee Song, of the Song of Style blog. She is currently traveling the country, helping to promote the Tiffany Atlas Jewelry Collection and this was her west coast stop. Here is a photo recap of the evening:
This weekend, my RELish By Arielle collection of accessories and fashion illustrations were showcased in a pop-up art gallery in downtown Los Angeles. I’m so thankful to have been able to share the evening with some really great friends who came out to support. Pictured above (right to left) are the uber-talented singer/fashionista, Carol Gang, fashionsta, Dani Song, and Dani’s fabulous sister, Aimee Song, of the incredible blog, Song of Style.Above, some gallery-goers showcase their new RELish rings. I also had so much fun selling other RELish By Arielle accessories like these one-of-a-kind “RELish Your Charms” bracelets (above, bottom right) sold in individual pillow boxes. I am so lucky to have the most amazing, supportive boyfriend, Phil Galanty, who comes out to support me no matter what. He helped me showcase numerous RELish Fashion Illustrations. I’ve included some of my favorite pieces here:
This weekend, my friends and I decided to continue to celebrate yet another gorgeous summer weekend in SoCal by having a D.I.Y. BBQ with our friends here in Los Angeles. The BBQ was at the beautiful home of Aimee Song (check out her amazing fashion blog, Song Of Style–if you do not yet read it, you will be hooked!) and her boyfriend, Wes Mason. It was the perfect way to sit back, relax and enjoy our Sunday evening. Appetizers were cut up fruit and the entree included BBQ mixed veggie skewers. Later on in the evening, we roasted marshmallows and made smores over a cute tiled fire pit.
Wes and Aimee built their own D.I.Y. deck last week with a built-in bench and custom cushions that we all lounged on. Aimee created her own amazing Moroccan pillows for extra comfort and pops of summer color. When it started getting dark outside, we hooked up a projector and created our own makeshift outdoor movie theater. We projected the film, ‘Super Troopers’ onto a white wall. It was the perfect summer evening and a wonderful way to end the weekend and gear up for the work week. I’ll be dreaming of smores and fire-pits until next weekend.