(EXPERIENCE MAGAZINE) — LOS ANGELES, CA — (JAN 5, 2019) Nathalie Dubois, the CEO of DPA had an intimate and very nice gifting suite for this year’s Awards at the Luxe Hotel. The vendors were all very nice and gracious. Natalie does it right so when you are escorted to a vendor you get to preview the product right away without any waiting around like most other gift suites. This year she had an area where you could go an relax and have a break and enjoy some good bites from Sunny Blue of which we sometimes go to in Santa Monica on Main St. There was also Viva Pops, High brew coffee, Vegaron and Wendigo Tea Company. We look forward to going to her Academy suite next month.
DPA brings together spectacular and unique luxury International brands with award nominees and well known celebrities. Swiss and Zurich based Gela Weshbrought her one of a kind couture gowns. Milan based DeMarquet continued to gift major A listers with her gorgeous night and day bags. Ozolinsh brought very cool clutches that can be seen on celebs as the walk the red carpet. Italian Patty Paillette brought a selection of very very unique handmade glasses. Seen in Vogue, In Style and Glamour, Geek Eyewear presented unique eyewear and sun wear.
Finally, NY Arido jewelry selected six female stars for their six $100,000 exquisite emerald pendants. Diamond Veneer brought a large selection of spectacular pieces to be worn without the stress of being responsible for millions of dollars. The two last jewelry lines have a wellness angle: German Magnetix wellness creates a wide range collection of magnetic jewelry pieces. Canadian Four had some received handcrafted crystal gemstone healing trees and gemstone jewelry.
Ten well-known celebrities received trips to Relais and Chateaux’s Le Taha’a Island Resort and Spa in French Polynesia, five minutes from Bora Bora and Soori Bali, which features one of Bali’s 10 most beautiful swimming pools according to the August 2017 issue of Robb Report, will also pamper 10 selected guests at one of the most exquisite luxurious locations in Bali.
Two companies present in the pre-Golden Globe event like to give back to the society: Malaysian cruelty free and vegan Omorose cosmetics employs a lot of people with disabilities. They recognize that disability is no barrier and what matter most are their skills, knowledge, professionalism and high quality of works.
French Krama Heritage supports the organization Pour un sourire d enfant, as well as giving jobs to 50 Cambodians, who work in very controlled and good conditions. The Kramas are a delicate multiuse Cambodian scarf, and VIPs will have a choice of different colors.
DPA will bring awareness as well on two charitable organizations: Save the children and Girlspact. Companies also present in the suite this year were: Viva Pops, Appletinies, High Brew Coffee, World Yacht Group, Krama Heritage, Maine Island Soap, Synergy, Light on Lotus, Topo Chico, Go Macro, Wendigo Tea Company, Alkazone, Current Straw, Elena wang, Alison Sheri, Sunny Blue, Vegaron, Jacqueline Michie and Maji Sports.