Tryst Toronto, Smashbox Cosmetics and Belvedere Vodka proudly present
VEG: A Party for PETA
TORONTO, Sept. 14 /CNW/ - On Tuesday September 15th Tryst Toronto will host the first-ever PETA fundraiser during the Toronto International Film Festival. The night will showcase fashion, makeup and cuisine - all cruelty free.
Guests will be treated to vegetarian starter kits courtesy of PETA and cosmetics, touch-ups and makeovers in the 48-foot Smashbox movie trailer parked outside.
The main event will be a LETTUCE BIKINI fashion show, using all cruelty free fabrics and vegetables, finishing with vegetable designs by Canadian designer JOEFFER CAOC. The Lettuce bikini is a signature PETA design that has been worn by celebrities such as Pamela Anderson and The Hills' Jayde Nicole.
A silent auction featuring products by Belvedere, Ritual spa, Rockstar Energy Drink and many more will also be held will all proceeds and door donations given to support PETA.
Make up by Smashbox, hair by Greg May Hair Architects. All diets welcome, please no fur or leather!
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), with more than 2.0 million members and supporters, is the largest animal rights organization in the world.
ABOUT TRYST TORONTO
Tryst is one of Toronto's premiere venues. Part parlour, part garden, part labyrinth under the stars, Tryst has catered to high end cliental and celebrities such as Mena Suvari, Shaq and many more. Tryst film fest 09 is proud to present:
Fri. Sept 11 :: Vivica A. Fox hosts the Official Post Screening Party for
Sun Sept 13 :: Danny Fernandes Official Birthday Bash
Tues Sept 15 :: VEG: A Party for PETA, hosted by Sarah Taylor
Fri Sept 18 :: DJ COBRA
Sat Sept 19 :: Entourage Star Emmanuelle Chriqui
WHO: Tryst Toronto, Smashbox Cosmetics, Belvedere Vodka, Moet &
Chandon, Joeffer Caoc, Greg May hair Architects
WHAT: VEG: A Vegetarian Night at the movies hosted by television
personality SARAH TAYLOR. Featuring the LETTUCE BIKINI FASHION
WHY: All silent auction and door proceeds in support of PETA, People
for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
WHEN: Tuesday September 15, 2009 9:00 pm -1:00 am
WHERE: Tryst Toronto 82 Peter Street, Toronto, ON 416.588.7978
RSVP to Kristine Okolita email@example.com
SOURCE TRYST TORONTO
For further information: For further information: All Media inquiries please contact: Kristine Okolita, Director of Public Relations, Tryst Toronto, (647) 746-6543, firstname.lastname@example.org