Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood is back for the twelfth installment of the magazine’s annual week-long series of unique events leading up to the Vanity Fair Oscar Night Party.
Co-sponsored by Vanity Fair advertisers Chrysler and L’Oréal Paris, the events of Campaign Hollywood reflect the glamour, art, and excitement of Oscar Week in Hollywood, while spotlighting brands and charities in a way that only Vanity Fair can.
For the second year in a row, Palihouse will play host to the Vanity Fair Parlour, running from Monday, February 21 to Sunday, February 27.
Vanity Fair Vice President and Publisher Edward J. Menicheschi says, “Campaign Hollywood is a week of events that celebrate the best of our culture while also raising awareness for some excellent causes. The partnerships we’ve formed with philanthropic groups will allow these organizations to use the strength of our brand to extend their reach.”
Campaign Hollywood’s 2011 schedule of events is as follows:
- Chrysler Celebrates “The Fighter” – Monday, February 21 – Chrysler brand, Vanity Fair, and The Fighter Executive Producer Tucker Tooley of Relativity Media will host an invitation-only cocktail party at District on Sunset with Communities In Schools to toast the film’s Oscar nominations, including Best Picture. Communities In Schools is the nation’s leading high school dropout prevention program with the mission to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
- Artists for Peace and Justice Celebration with Brioni & Paul Haggis – Tuesday, February 22 – Vanity Fair, Brioni and Oscar-winning filmmaker Paul Haggis will host a cocktail party celebrating Artists for Peace & Justice at Eveleigh in West Hollywood. This invitation only reception will be co-hosted by Pierce Brosnan, feature music by DJ Kris Bones, and include a mix of charity-minded celebrities and L.A. tastemakers. Artists for Peace & Justice was founded by Haggis and friends in early 2009 to encourage peace and social justice, and address issues of poverty and enfranchisement in communities around the world.
- The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas & The Art of Elysium's “Pieces of Heaven” Art Auction – Wednesday, February 23 – Vanity Fair, The Art of Elysium, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, and host Scarlett Johansson present the 4th annual “Pieces of Heaven” Benefit Auction at Siren Studios. This silent auction, live auction and cocktail party will be co-hosted by, among others, China Chow, host of Bravo’s “Work of Art: The Next Great Artist,” actor/photographer Scott Caan, painter Kimberly Brooks, Abby Bangser, Major Gifts Officer in Development at LACMA, and Andrea Fiuczynski, President of Christie’s Los Angeles. DJ Kris Bones will spin while guests bid on a showcase of approximately 75 works of art donated by artists, dealers and private collectors. The Art of Elysium is a non-profit organization that encourages working actors, artists and musicians to dedicate their time and talent to children who are battling medical conditions.
- Richard Mille Toasts Fox Searchlight Films – Thursday, February 24 – Vanity Fair, Fox Searchlight Pictures, and Richard Mille will co-host an invitation only cocktail celebration of Fox Searchlight Pictures past and present films at Bar Marmont. More than 200 celebrities, notables and friends of Vanity Fair are expected to attend.
- D.J. Night at Palihouse with L’Oréal Paris and Lucky Brand Jeans – Friday, February 25 – Vanity Fair, L’Oréal Paris, and Lucky Brand Jeans promise to turn down the lights and turn up the beats by co-hosting this chic party at the Vanity Fair Parlour, featuring music by a roster of notable female D.J.‘s, including Nicole Hill, Mia Moretti & Caitlin Moe and Palihouse resident D.J., D.J. Daisy O’Dell.