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Partygoers were treated to gluten-free desserts and guilt-free retail therapy at last night's Hudson Jeans and Satine shopping event at the popular West 3rd Street boutique. Hosted by Entourage star Emmanuelle Chriqui (who donned Hudson's ravetastic LouLou jean), 10% of the evening's proceeds went to One Voice—a Los Angeles non-profit organization that caters to poverty-stricken families in our community.
"Hudson's passion and involvement in helping needy children and families in our own backyard for the past decade led us to discover One Voice," explains Hudson Jeans CEO Peter Kim and creative director Ben Taverniti. "This organization is very dear to our heart and they have been a part of the Hudson family for the last five years."
Besides a philanthropic fashion fix, the packed house (which included notables like Twilight's Peter Facinelli) featured music by DJ Lindsay Luv, refreshing mango mojitos, a braid and brow bar (with a length waiting list to boot), and artwork by Aakash Nihalani, who created Satine's snazzy neon window art.
· Satine [Official Site]
· Hudson Jeans [Official Site]
· Hudson Jeans Goes Ravetastic for Spring 2012 [Racked]