Hermosa Inn Honors Grace Kelly

Luxury boutique hotel presents its annual Pre-Oscars Party featuring Hollywood-inspired fashions provided by Robert Black.

Hermosa Inn presented its prelude to one of the most fashionable nights in Hollywood with its annual Pre-Oscars Party on Thurs., Feb. 16. The evening started with a red-carpet arrival and cocktail reception where guests were met by special guest and actor Susan Claassen, renowned for her portrayal of Hollywood stylist and costume designer Edith Head. Guests dined on an Oscar-worthy menu created by Executive Chef Jeremy Pacheco and LON’s culinary team, followed by a fashion show featuring refined and unique designs from the 1950s.

Robert Black, co-owner of Fashion by Robert Black, a vintage boutique located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale offering red-carpet couture and designer pieces, from which Black selected the fashions for this year’s theme ‘A Touch of Grace,’ in honor of Grace Kelly and her seemingly effortless elegance.

PHOTOS: DEBBY WOLVOS, DW PHOTOGRAPHY

 

Peignoir set by Lucie Ann of Beverly Hills feat 2(left) Peignoir set by Lucie Ann of Beverly Hills
(right) Tulle gown by Modern Couture

Black Lace dress by Lee Jordon  Hat custom Paramount Studios feat 2(left) Black lace dress by Lee Jordon / Custom hat by Paramount Studios
(right) Black dress by Suzy Perette / Necklace by De Lillo

Custom Gold Lame dress - Jewelry by Alan Anderson feat 2(left) Custom gold lamé dress and gloves / Jewelry by Alan Anderson
(right) Dress by James Galanos

Red lace dress - Young Modes by Claudia Young feat B B(left) Lace dress, Young Modes by Claudia Young
(right) Dress by Jack Bryan

Blue Chiffon dress by Mike Benet Formals feat B(left) Chiffon dress by Mike Benet Formals
(right) Dress by Junior Accent

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